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AWFUL AUNTIE

Wed 29 May - Sun 2 June 2024
Tickets Adults £25/Children £20*

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When Stella sets off to visit London with her parents, she has no idea her  life is in danger! When Stella wakes up three months later, only her Aunt Alberta can tell her what has happened. But not everything Alberta tells her turns out to be true and Stella quickly discovers she’s in for the fight of her life against her very own awful Auntie!

Following their acclaimed productions of Gangsta Granny, Billionaire Boy and Demon Dentist, Birmingham Stage Company are proud to present a fabulous new production of David Walliams’ amazing adventure, featuring a small ghost, a huge owl and a very awful Auntie!

The BSC’s live shows of my books are always brilliant - I can’t wait for the fun to begin again! It’s going to be a hoot!” David Walliams

Running Time

TBC

Age Guidance

5+

Tickets

Wednesday: 6.30PM
Thursday: 11AM & 3PM
Friday: 2PM & 6.30PM
Saturday: 2PM & 6.30PM
Sunday: 11AM

Adults: £25, Children: £20*

*All ticket prices include a £3 per ticket booking fee.

Assisted Performances:

Relaxed Performances performance: Sunday 2 June, 11:00am

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David Walliams (Author)

Alongside Matt Lucas, David created and starred in sketch comedy Little Britain, which won three BAFTA awards and has gone on to air in over 100 countries. That was followed by one of the most watched comedies of all time on British television, Come Fly With Me

David was a judge on Britain’s Got Talent for ten years and won numerous National TV Awards for Best TV Judge. On film he has starred in Stardust, Dinner For Schmucks and Murder Mystery. He provided vocals for the Oscar-nominated animation Missing Link

Alongside his acting and writing, David swam the English Channel in 2006 and the length of the Thames in 2011, raising over £1 million and £2.5 million for Sport Relief respectively.

A best-selling children’s author with 39 titles to his name and global sales exceeding 53 million copies, David’s books have now been translated into 55 languages. Many of his titles have been adapted for television and the stage including the Olivier Award nominated Gangsta Granny and Billionaire Boy by the Birmingham Stage Company and the hugely acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Company musical of The Boy in the Dress. Others are being developed as feature films or animation series.
 

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  • 'A triumphant adaption of David Walliams’ much loved book!'

    What's Good To Do
  • 'A sure-fire winner - perfectly brilliant!'

    Oxford Times
  • 'Another huge dramatic hit - a real gem of a play!'

    What's On Live
  • 'Knockabout country-house fun! My boys loved it.'

    Sunday Times