Treasure Island

Copenhagen Theatre Circle proudly presents its eighth annual British panto Treasure Island! Fun for all the family with high-energy theatre, singing, dancing, audience participation and even some cross-dressing!

Directed by David Barrett
Written by Ben Crocker

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PERFORMANCES: 23 January – 3 February 2019

Weekday performances start at 7PM. Weekend performances are at 1PM and 6PM. 

Please note: the matinee performances on the weekends sell out quickly. We recommend buying tickets in advance for these shows. 


Krudttønden. Serridslevvej 2, 2100, København.


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The Story

Ahoy there, me hearties – all aboard for the adventure of a lifetime! Long John Silver and his fearsome crew may think that treasure is within their grasp, but they haven’t met the ladies of the Smuggler’s Cove Women’s Institute! Filled with mischief, custard pies, songs and laughter, this is a voyage into panto mayhem that you definitely do not want to miss!

The Cast

Mum: Iven Gilmore
Jim: Troels Kjær
Squire: Matt Thompson
Long John Silver: Kristian Husted
Jenny: Rachel Kador
Sam: Andrew Whalley
Willy: Kristen Flanagan
Billy/Bloodheart/Ben Gunn: Frank Theakston
Blood Boiler: Gemma Wilkie
Gizzard Slitter: Mark Collins
The Fridge: Katherine Roberts
Polly: Philip Green Helms
Mrs Henderson: Anant Visaria
Mrs. Battersby/Kitty: Joséphine Robert
Mrs. Snook / Kitty: Emma Dobson
Mrs. Parker: Fie Dal
Mrs. Normington: Katrine Meyer
Mrs: Potter: Charlotte Duus
Kraken: Kate Pemberton
Sandy: Laurie Richards
Liver: Live Håvik
Young Blood: Sebastian Gutierrez
Not Yet: Jonas Boye

Previous CTC pantos

Treasure Island  marks the eight time the CTC stages a traditional British Christmas pantomime. The previous productions were:

Sleeping Beauty (January 2018)

Pantostein (January 2017)

Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood (January 2016)

The Snow Queen (January 2015)

Old King Cole (January 2014)

Aladdin (January 2013)

Cinderella (December 2011)