The Lost Treasure Map – pantomime about pirates! Aargh!

pantomime about pirates


An island plays host to a group of keen yet ignorant child travellers as well as fearsome, bloodthirsty pirates in this pantomime about other group’s existence,  and both are desperate for a leader who may yet turn a disappointing start to a ‘quest’ into a true adventue and most importantly both are now in the market for lost treasure…

When the two groups finally face off, they are met with the possibility that they may have much more in common with each other than they previously thought! If that doesn’t beat lost treasure, what does? If that does not call for a song, then shiver me timbers!

Note: The script contains suggestions for various songs to be used throughout the play, but the use of these songs in the script is at the director’s discretion and the use of the script does not automatically entitle players to use the music without contacting the relevant authorities for performance rights for the songs chosen.  Songs can also be changed at the director’s discretion, as is traditional in pantomime.

Author: Keiran Nimmo

Genre: Pantomime about pirates

Type: Two act play

Cast: Children/explorers 5F 2M, Pirates: 8M (one is the dame, typically a male in female’s clothing) but in panto, male parts can often be played by female actors.

Ages of the actors: Children to adults

Suitable for: Children, all ages

Length: 70 – 80 minutes

Set: Pirate’s hideout, The beach, and some parts are performed in front of the curtains

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – Characterization.

Read a Sample of the Script

Cost is $5.50 for this new digital play script

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any questions about The Lost Treasure Map

Copyright © September 2016 Keiran Nimmo and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other pantomimes and full children’s plays for you to enjoy:

Brookland’s blooming cats – musical for primary school
Wotcha! Gotcha! Victorian steampunk panto Alice in Wonderland
Snow White and the Seven Dwarves – traditional British Pantomime

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