Yo Ho Ho & a Bottle of Rum!


Ramsey hosts a family show with live music based on Treasure Island


A professional production of Treasure Island, inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel, produced by Peterborough based -theatre  company,  Lamphouse Theatre, will be playing at the Drill Hall in Ramsey on Friday December 2nd at 6pm. The company are keen to perform in Ramsey and so are staging their production at a price aimed to attract an audience to their first appearance here.

Pieces of eight, pieces of eight!

The adventure of Jim Hawkins and a gang of dangerous pirates will be brought to life in this playful interpretation of the famous story. The audience will surround the action as they are transported to the Treasure Island by a small company of actors portraying many characters and playing live music.

Young Jim’s life changes forever when he discovers a treasure map and sets out to hunt for gold! He outwits bloodthirsty pirates and learns that the treasure is not the shiny loot he was expecting, but something much more precious.

Oh, and there’ll be girl pirates amid these shores too!

Promoting Ramsey’s Ann Cuthbert said that “this is a great opportunity to have a Christmas show here in Ramsey and this project (funded by Ramsey Million) is very happy to be involved.  Fun for the family, a night out for anyone who loves live performance, a treat for Treasure Island fans and a chance to have a tot of rum with the pirates!”

The show is created by Lamphouse Theatre, a vibrant fringe theatre company from Peterborough. Directed by Tom Fox (National Theatre, Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh and Eastern Angles) and created with the company.


★★★★ ‘Stunning’ – Fringe Biscuit (on Lamphouse Theatre’s previous work)



VENUE -Drill Hall, Wood Lane, Ramsey

£5 or £16 for a family ticket available from SchoolPlus or Milkshake Junction, Great Whyte Ramsey or on the door

Bar, soft drinks & snacks