Awful Auntie stage show tour tickets, dates and venues - book now

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A stage adaptation of David Walliams’ Awful Auntie is hitting the road for a UK tour in 2024 – here’s all you need to know.

Following their acclaimed productions of Gangsta Granny, Billionaire Boy and Demon Dentist, Birmingham Stage Company will present the new production.

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!

Awful Auntie tour dates and tickets

Book tickets Horsham The Capitol
14 March 2024 - 17 March 2024
Book tickets Poole Lighthouse Poole
21 March 2024 - 24 March 2024
Book tickets Dorset Lighthouse Poole
21 March 2024 - 24 March 2024
Book tickets Wolverhampton Wolverhampton Grand Theatre
28 March 2024 - 31 March 2024
Book tickets Sunderland Sunderland Empire
4 April 2024 - 7 April 2024
Book tickets Cardiff New Theatre
10 April 2024 - 13 April 2024
Book tickets Manchester Opera House Manchester
18 April 2024 - 21 April 2024
Book tickets Belfast Grand Opera House
25 April 2024 - 27 April 2024
Book tickets London Richmond Theatre
9 May 2024 - 12 May 2024
Book tickets Bradford The Alhambra Theatre
23 May 2024 - 25 May 2024
Book tickets Glasgow King's Theatre
6 June 2024 - 9 June 2024
Book tickets Liverpool Liverpool Empire
13 June 2024 - 16 June 2024
Book tickets Theatre Theatre Royal Nottingham
20 June 2024 - 23 June 2024
Book tickets Truro Hall For Cornwall
27 June 2024 - 30 June 2024
Book tickets Woking New Victoria Theatre
4 July 2024 - 6 July 2024

Further dates are to be announced.

The production is adapted and directed by Neal Foster with set and costume design by Jackie Trousdale, lighting design by Jason Taylor, composer Jak Poore, sound design by Nick Sagar, video design by Simon Wainwright, costume supervisor Nia Evans, casting by Kay Magson and production manager Adrian Littlejohns.

Casting for the show is to be revealed.

David Walliams said: “The Birmingham Stage Company’s adaptations of my books are always brilliant – I can’t wait for the fun to begin again! It’s going to be a hoot!”

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