Get your peg legs and eye patches ready when a group of talented youngsters from across Leighton Buzzard puts on a much loved children’s classic.
Leighton Buzzard Youth Theatre is staging Robert Louis Stevensson’s Treasure Island from Friday to Saturday April 7 to 8. This piratical tale can be seen at Leighton Buzzard’s Library Theatre.
When the Squire Trelawny and his friends discover a map in the chest of old sea dog Billy Bones, it’s time to raise the mainsail on the Hispaniola and set off in search of Captain Flint’s Treasure …..
The show has been described by the group as an all singing, all dancing, lively and funny musical comedy.
However those expecting a classic adaptation of the tale will be in for a shock as there will ve a few twists along the way.
It has been designed as a treat for all the family, and producers say it will be packed with the talent, flair and enthusiasm that have been notable for productions by the Leighton Buzzard Youth Theatre.
Performances take placeat 7.30pm each night with a matinee production being held at 2pm on Saturday April 8.
Tickets cost of £9 for adults and £6.50 for concessions.
These can be booked in advance by calling the box office on 0300 300 8125 or visit www.leightonbuzzardlibrarytheatre.co.uk.