Theatre company to bring open air performance of Treasure Island to Cromer
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A Cromer park is set to be overrun with pirates this summer as a theatre company prepares to bring their take on Treasure Island to the town.
North Lodge Park will host Boxtree Productions original musical adaptation of the famous pirate story on Sunday, August 5, at 2pm.
James Franklin, managing director of Boxtree Productions said: 'We are so excited to be coming back to North Lodge Park this summer.
'It will be good to be telling this classic tale of pirates and the ocean with the salt of the Cromer sea in the air.'
And Barry Meadows, from Friends of North Lodge Park, added: 'Last year we had a super afternoon when Boxtree Productions brought Wind in the Willows to Cromer, so we really wanted them back this year'
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Audiences are encouraged to bring picnics and blankets along with them to the show.
Tickets are on sale via northlodgepark.org.uk and at Merchants' Place in Cromer.
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