Hurrah for the Pirate King! at St Luke’s Bombed Out Church

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Hurrah for the Pirate King! at St Luke's Bombed Out Church
Image courtesy of Absolute Children's Opera

Hurrah for the Pirate King! at St. Luke’s, Liverpool, City Centre 19 September 2020 Tickets from £10.00 — Book now

Shout Hurrah for the Pirate King! And set off for this unforgettable theatrical adventure for all the family, produced by Absolute Children’s Opera.

Buckle yer swash and join the crew of The Pirate King as they take you on a magical musical journey to find a treasure beyond gold and jewels. Direct from success at The Just So! Festival and The Atkinson, the show has entranced young audiences and has received praise for introducing little theatre-goers to the world of opera.

An unforgettable theatrical adventure for all the family.

Created for families to enjoy together – interactive, fun and inclusive – Hurrah for the Pirate King! offers the perfect blend of opera and ballet.

From Hushabye Mountain and Cat Island, where the Queen of the Cats holds her court, to mysterious and exciting places all over the Briney Sea. Fidgeters, dancers, singers and wrigglers are all invited to join this scurvy crew on their search for the Unicorn Diamond.

Fidgeters, dancers, singers and wrigglers are all invited to join this scurvy crew.

Hurrah for the Pirate King! runs at around 45 minutes with no interval, and is just one of the live performances on offer at Liverpool Theatre Festival this September.

Created in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, The Liverpool Theatre Festival will take over St Luke’s Bombed Out Church for a 9-day live performance extravaganza. The brilliant festival line-up includes musical theatre, drama, comedy, cabaret, monologues, and children’s shows. All of the performances will take place within the church walls, and will follow strict physical distancing and government guidelines.

Hurrah for the Pirate King! at St. Luke’s, Liverpool, City Centre 19 September 2020 Tickets from £10.00 Book now

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