WIN! Tickets to see David Walliams’ Awful Auntie at The Hexagon
AN ADAPTATION of a book by one of the most popular children’s authors of modern times is coming to The Hexagon in Reading next month – and we have two pairs of family tickets to giveaway to lucky readers.
The Birmingham Stage Company is presenting its take on David Walliams’ Awful Auntie.
The show is at the Reading theatre from Wednesday, July 11 to Sunday, July 15 and there are eight performances during its visit to the town.
The show tells the story of Stella, who sets off to visit London with her parents, Lord and Lady Saxby.
But she has no idea her life is in danger.
Waking up three months later, only her Aunt Alberta can tell Stella what has happened.
But not everything Aunt 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.
The Birmingham Stage Company, has previously created the award-winning Gangsta Granny, and this is the world premiere of David Walliams’ amazing tale of frights, fights and friendship, featuring a very large owl, a very small ghost and a very awful Auntie.
And David Walliams is a fan. He said: “The Birmingham Stage Company's Gangsta Granny is truly brilliant, so I’m hugely excited that they’re now bringing Awful Auntie to the stage. It promises to be a thrilling show and a total hoot – Wagner and I can’t wait to see it!”
To be in with a chance of winning one of two sets of family tickets (four seats) to see Awful Auntie at The Hexagon, simply answer the following question.
Which TV talent show does David Walliams appear in? A. Britain’s Got Talent
B. Bob Says Opportunity Knocks with Bob Monkhouse C. New Faces of ‘78
Send your answer, daytime contact number and email address to: Awful Auntie contest, The Wokingham Paper, 231 Kings Road, Reading RG1 4LS, or email contests@ wokinghampaper.co.uk. Closing date for entries June 21.
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Alternatively, you can buy tickets for the show. Prices start from £14.50 to £20.50, with family tickets costing £60.
For more details, call the Reading Arts Box Office on 0118 960 6060 or log on to Readingarts.com
Awful Auntie will be at The Hexagon in Reading next month