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Director’s Comments

At last, the day has come, and the culmination of more than 3 months’ hard work by countless people has come to fruition.

The cast, chorus, dancers and musicians, brilliantly backed up by the Stage crew, Sound and Light crew, Front of House and bar staff presented the fruit of their efforts to a highly enthusiastic, and continuously involved, audience. The comments from the audience, after the performance, were extremely appreciative and encouraging.

All this after the dreaded 1st performance. Can’t wait for tonight and the rest of the run.

None of the above could have taken place without the unstinting support of the unseen, and often (unfairly) unsung production team of set designers, builders and painters (the 5 sets were/are fabulous), Wardrobe (who dressed more than 50 people of all ages and sizes), choreographers (19 numbers), Child Support and chaperones (for looking after more than 25 juniors per performance) and, for want of a better generic term, Marketing (brilliant programme, advertising, tickets and website).

Thank you, one and all, for a fantastic achievement.

Bill Lindsay  Director

Treasure Island

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Saturday 19th February 2011

Saturday 19th February 2011

Saturday 26th February 2011

King’s Cliffe Players performed Treasure Island an exciting tale of pirates, buried treasure and danger.

In this play (by Jim Sperinck) Long John Silver, Captain of the Hispaniola, arrived at the Admiral Benlow Inn searching for a treasure map, which innkeeper Dame Sally Forth has hidden about her person!; and the hilarious adventures began.

SELL OUT RUN See “Photo Gallery” for pictures from the live Treasure Island show