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Pirates of the Pavilion

When? 12 Aug 2019 to 13 Aug 2019
Where? Weymouth

  • Pirates of the Pavilion

Made-to-Measure Productions are delighted be returning to the Weymouth Pavilion with a brand new Swashbuckling production of PIRATES OF THE PAVILION which celebrates its 6th successful season this summer!

This year, it's time for a BRAND NEW EGYPTIAN ADVENTURE as our famous pirate crew set sail for EGYPT in a mission to return the Ribena Ruby to its rightful place, deep within the tomb of Pharaoh Rocher!

But it's not all plain sailing as the Ruby holds untold magical powers and villains from all around the world are desperate to get their hands on it! It'll be up to Seadog Billy and his crackpot crew to look after the jewel and return it to its rightful 'mummy'! They'll have to be careful though, as the tomb is guarded by THE MIGHTY KONG - only the chosen one can enter the tomb and return the Ribena Ruby!

Featuring sumptuous scenery, colourful costumes, toe-tapping tunes, belly-laughter by the barrel load and EYE-POPPING special effects, you won't want to miss this year’s BRAND NEW SUMMER SHOW!

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