WIN! Tick­ets to see David Wal­liams’ Aw­ful Aun­tie at The Hexagon

The Wokingham Paper - - LEISURE -

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@ wok­ing­ham­pa­ 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 Readin­

Aw­ful Aun­tie will be at The Hexagon in Read­ing next month

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