The Pirate Show | SA Maritime Museum | 6 to 24 January 2014

the pirate show

The Pirate Show is a rollicking interactive adventure.  Be ready to set sail with the pirate captain, mad mate and a lovely lighthouse keeper as they scramble for treasure.  Join Captain Black Diamond and his First Mate on-board a life-size replica ship at the SA Maritime Museum.  They have run out of money and need to sail for Treasure Island to get some more, so they’ll be needing a crew, which could be you.

The shows are filled with magic, cannon-ball juggling and music, and pirate songs aplenty to sing along with.  Children learn sailing and pirating skills, including the pirate’s alphabet.  It’s a swashbuckling tale with more twists and turns than a monkey’s tail. Come dressed and ready to join in the fun.

Shows will take place twice a day at 11am and 1pm each weekday from 6 to 24 January 2014.

Join the pirates at the South Australian Maritime Museum for pirate mayhem and skulduggery, if you dare!

See the SA Maritime Museum website here for more information. The show is Free with general admission fees to the Museum (Adults $10, Concession $8, Child $5, Family $25 (2 Adults & up to 5 children)

If you are there between 6 to 10 January or 13 to 17 January 2014 you can also check out the One & All tall ship which is open for exploring between 10am to 3pm on those days. Read more about it here.

The exhibition Pirates! Skulduggery at the Maritime Museum is on show at the South Australian Maritime Museum until 15 April 2014.

What:  The Pirate Show | SA Maritime Museum

When:  Weekdays from 6 to 24 January 2014  |  11am and 1pm

Where:  SA Maritime Museum  | 126 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide

Who:  Pirate & Theatre Fans | Families

At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

Image from SA Maritime Museum website


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