Catch yourself a shark in Lancaster!

David Upton

There’s a chance to buy a souvenir to treasure from this summer’s Dukes 30th anniversary outdoor production.

A shark puppet currently appearing in Treasure Island in Lancaster’s Williamson Park could be yours when it goes for sale on eBay after the show ends on August 19.

All proceeds will be donated to The Dukes which is a registered charity.

By the end of the extended run of Treasure Island, the four-metre-long puppet will have appeared in more than 40 live performances. 

The shark features aluminium lightweight poles for manual operation of the body and a movable jaw which can be operated from the head rod of the body. The puppet is a whole piece and does not come apart.