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The Three Musketeers, Dukes Walkabout Theatre

Type:Outdoor Theatre

Walkabout Theatre, Williamson Park, Quernmore Rd, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 1UX

Tel: 01524 598 500

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The Three Musketeers, Dukes Walkabout Theatre

Homegrown Walkabout Theatre in Williamson Park
By Hattie Naylor | Directed by Sarah Punshon

Country bumpkin D’Artagnan comes to the big city with a big dream: to become a Musketeer. But when he accidentally becomes embroiled in the sinister schemes of Cardinal Richelieu, it doesn’t seem likely he’ll survive long enough. Especially as this would-be Musketeer is hiding a huge secret: “he” is really a “she”…

Take a swashbuckling adventure through Lancaster’s beautiful Williamson Park this summer, as D’Artagnan teams up with the legendary Three Musketeers, Porthos, Athos and Aramis, in a death-defying quest to save the life of a loving Queen.

Inventive stagecraft, witty dialogue and energetic swordplay will bring Alexandre Dumas’ classic novel to life in a brand new adaptation with a thoroughly modern twist.

Thrill as D’Artagnan takes on three duels at once! Gasp as Milady weaves her evil intrigues! Cheer as the Musketeers save the day at the last possible moment (we hope!)

The Dukes play in the park is a summer treat not to be missed.

Go behind the scenes of the park show and get an inside look at the rehearsal process with Secrets of the Stage on Wed 13 June at 6pm. 

“A visual and theatrical spectacle that will delight audiences of all ages.” – Lakes UK on our 2017 park show Treasure Island.

Tue 3 July – Sat 18 August  (excluding Mondays and some Sundays*)

*There will be no Sunday shows on:
• Sunday 8 July
• Sunday 15 July
• Sunday 29 July
• Sunday 5 August
Previews: Tue 3 – Thu 5 July
BSL performance: Friday 3 August
Audio Description: An audio guide is available to accompany this production from Tuesday 17 July

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Tickets From£13.50 per ticket

Tickets are priced from £13.50 for children and £20 for adults. A limited number of previews are also performed at a lower ticket price. Contact The Dukes box office on 01524 598500 or visit www.dukes-lancaster.org for more information.


Road Directions

From the north: Use M6 junction 34. Follow the brown heritage signs marked Ashton Memorial or Butterfly House which take you to Williamson Park.

From the south Use M6 junction 33. Follow the brown heritage signs marked Ashton Memorial or Butterfly House which take you to Williamson Park. For Satnav: LA1 3DZ – this will take you to the Wyresdale Road Car Park (please see ‘Parking’ for more information) There are two carparks but recommend using Wyresdale Road. For accessible parking please call nearer the time for advice on where the last scene is and the best car park to use


Public Transport Directions

The park is a 30 minute walk from Lancaster railway and bus stations, and is situated on top of a hill. Please check your travel details online or call Lancaster Visitor Information Centre on 01524 582 394. Taxi: 32090 Taxis: 01524 32090

Radio Taxis: 01524 848848


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Dukes Theatre and CinemaDukes Theatre and Cinema, LancasterCultural centre and theatre in Lancaster screening a wide range of films and own produced and touring work. Hosts annual outdoor Promenade productions.

Williamson Park - Ashton Memorial and Butterfly House, LancasterHighly commended as ‘Best Small Visitor Attraction 2008` Williamson's Park features 54 acres of parkland, a butterfly house, cafe, walks & play areas and breathtaking views to the Fylde Coast and the Lake District.

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