Treasure Island The Panto by Richard Lloyd
Performances Thursday 29th, Friday 30th Nov & Saturday 1st Dec (2 performances)
Director: Alison Rogers
Musical Director Max Sasim
Billy Fishbones – Steve Powell
Jim Ladd – Katy Emms
Mrs Ladd – Justin Clinch
Dr Liversausage – Richard Rhodes
Squire Polperro – Steve Powell
Nancy Polperro – Louise Bayliss
Bodmin – Summer Wayman
Captain Smellit – Jack Orr
Long John Slither – Stephen Rockell
Captain Haddock – Freddy Rogers
Israel Feet – Jon Holden
Groundbait – Jill Labron
Blind Puke – Alan Frost
Pink Dog – Theo Read
George Merry – Carol Bader
Don Iguana – Alan Frost
Donna Estella – Charlotte Dodds
Bertha Gunn – Jocelyn Pearce
Lives with his mother, Dame. Works at the family pub; The Admirable Bimbo. Has a bit of a thing for Nancy, although her dad, Squire Polperro does not approve.
Nancy is the gorgeous and glamorous daughter of Squire Polperro. Nancy and Jim are in the throes of a romantic relationship, but are trying to keep it quiet from Squire Polperro as he would have Jim flogged if he was caught.
Mrs Ladd is Jim’s mother. She is a hoot and will squeeze a double entendre into any available space (oo-err missus!). This is a big part (oo-err again. R u getting the picture?) and will be sure to steal the show!
Squire Polperro is Nancy’s public school educated father and is fiercely protective of her. He doesn’t much care for her romance with Jim Ladd. He is a ship owner and is keen to find out what the treasure map may reveal.
This double act are in the employ of Squire Polperro. They get a bit fed up with the menial tasks they are always having to perform, and the fact that nobody knows which one is which.
Definitely one of the lads, but female. She is thoroughly villainous possibly in a slightly smouldering way.
LJS is an extremely charming, but totally untrustworthy amputee of the seven seas. He is everything you want a good pirate to be.
Dies on page 13
These characters appear in Act 2 and move the plot along in a fairly unexpected direction.
Small part, yet absolutely key. Requires dressing up. Non human.