Wed 31 - Thurs 1 Aug, Brueton Park, Solihull family, theatre & dance
Two shows - Live outdoors in Brueton Park
Gangsta Granny - Performed live outdoors in Brueton Park - a stage adaptation of the famous book.
Be prepared for some shocking granny behaviour at this outdoor adaptation of David Walliams’ bestseller. Who knows what a senior citizen might think of next ...as a boy, bored at his grandma's house, stumbles across some shocking news about his granny once being a jewel thief!
Bring your picnics, blankets and folding chairs, plus drinks and picnics to see this funny book - destined to be a David Walliams' classic performed outdoors in the atmospheric lakeside setting of Brueton Park. Heartbreak Productions specialise in high quality outdoor theatre in unusual spaces.
Tickets are limited to 450 to ensure everyone can see and hear the performers within the best possible area. The shows have previously sold out so please book early. There are toilets on site but no seating - audiences bring their own folding seat, blanket, waterproof coats, bin liners to sit on - whatever you wish appropriate to the weather.
Previous shows have always sold out, so please book early and be prepared for whatever the weather gives us! Ticket buyers who buy ONLINE or OVER PHONE can collect from the gate of the Arena from 6pm on the day of the show, you will not need to collect from Box Office. Previous experience have shown that they sell out before the date of the show.
No cycling or ball games in the Arena please - due to close proximity of others with food etc. The numbers are limited to 450 per show to ensure that everyone can hear and see well.
The first 336 tickets are guaranteed a seat in the theatre in the event of extreme bad weather on the day. This is due to very heavy rain, thunder, wind or waterlogged ground. Occasional short showers don't prevent the show going ahead and can be fun! Keep your eye on the website as updates will be posted here on the day of the show.
Toilets are available in the nearby Parkridge Centre when open + a portable toilet on site. There is limited parking at Warwick Road end of the park, others sometimes park in Touchwood or around the Council House and walk through from Malvern Park end (adjoins Brueton Park).