is highly entertaining for children of all ages. A little scary
and gruesome for the very young but everyone can enjoy it.You don't
even need to bring a child, though plenty did.
bloody tale of Jim Hawkins and Long John Silver was brought vividly
to life by the amazing talents of Andy Cannon and Iain Johnstone.
I sat down with my two nephews, I wondered if I had made a mistake.
There were so many noisy little children running around.
the lights came down and the instant silence was magical. Despite
all the sugar and caffeine the children sat still for two hours
on the edge of their seats listening to every word.
about the cinema if you want to take the children out this week
take them to the Playhouse. There was plenty of opportunity to let
off steam laughing at the jokes and joining in with the pirate song
and the pirate noises.
highly creative and imaginative set might have inspired some to
recreate it at home. There were certainly plenty of cries of "don't
mention Trevor" and "I don't know" outside the theatre.
timeless tale of buccaneers, buried gold and adventure on the high
seas is brought to town by Wee Stories theatre. Sticking close to
the plot they have taken an original slant that includes a double
bass and a ukulele.
was plenty of humour to be had as the cast of two took on every
role with a simple but effective style. From Jim Hawkins, his Mum,
the Squire, to all the pirates and even Long John's parrot!
Harry Potter "Hawkins, Jim Hawkins" is the new hero. Everyone loves
swords, swashbuckling and fighting pirates.