Ever had to stay at your Nan’s for a night?
That’s the inspiration for David Walliam’s hit novel Gangsta Granny and it’s now being turned into a play.
Charter Theatre at Preston Guild Hall is hosting the stage play from the producers of the Horrible Histories series.
David Walliams said: “I am over the moon that ‘Gangsta Granny’ is coming to the stage. It’s the most popular of all my books and I am sure this production by the brilliant Birmingham Stage Company will delight not just children but their parents and of course grandparents.”
The show is on for five nights from Wednesday 8 March 2017.
Show times include special showings for schools:
Wed 8 Mar – 7pm
Thu 9 Mar – 10.30am (schools) and 7pm
Thu 10 Mar – 10.30am (schools) and 7pm
Sat 11 Mar – 1.30pm and 6pm
Sun 12 Mar – 11am
There are a range of different prices:
Schools (plus one free supervisory place per 10 paid) – £11.00
Adult – £16.50
Child – £12.50
Family of 4 – £47.00
Adult – £17.00
Child – £13.00
Family of 4 – £50.00
Fri Eve & Sat/Sun all shows
Adult – £19.00
Child – £15.25
Family of 4 – £59.00
Tickets can be bought from the Guild Hall website.
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