Royal Shakespeare Company’s Winter 2020 programme mixes online events & socially distanced live shows including Tales for Winter (a season of epic tales celebrating the essence of live theatre) and David Walliams leading the official launch of The Boy in the Dress cast album.
This 2017 stage adaptation of David Walliams’ The Midnight Gang from the Chickenshed Theatre is filled with cheeky humour and poignancy.
This lovely musical based on David Walliams’ children’s book is filled with fun and mischief.
An amusing and touching production of Billionaire Boy has a really important lesson at its heart brought to life by an absolutely brilliant cast.
After several years’ development, the Royal Shakespeare Company’s highly anticipated new musical – an adaptation of best-selling children’s author David Walliams‘ 2008 debut novel The Boy in the Dress with a book by Mark Ravenhill and music and lyrics by chart-topping songwriters Robbie Williams and Guy Chambers – is gearing up for its world premiere. Ahead of […]
David Walliams’ book Billionaire Boy transfers well to the stage and with this talented cast it makes it a very watchable and enjoyable night out.
Rufus Hound, Irvine Iqbal, Natasha Lewis and Forbes Masson have been cast in The Boy in the Dress, the Royal Shakespeare Company’s new musical which runs in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre from 8 November 2019 to 8 March 2020 (press night is 27 November).
Billionaire Boy captures the spirit of David Walliams’ novel perfectly. There is humour, warmth, disgust, friendship, minor audience participation, a bit of Fortnite and love. And did I mention humour?
The Royal Shakespeare Company’s Winter 2019 season will include a new musical of David Walliams’ novel The Boy in the Dress with a book by Mark Ravenhill and music and lyrics by Robbie Williams and Guy Chambers, directed by Gregory Doran.
The actor Lem Knights chatted to Love London Love Culture about starring in the musical adaptation of David Walliams’s Billionaire Boy.
David Walliams has an incredible talent of telling stories of normal, everyday children who achieve remarkable things in the face of adversity, with a fair amount of gross humour and giggles thrown in – The Midnight Gang is no exception.
Mr Stink is a great show for all the family at the theatre which is doing wonderful work around inclusivity to an incredible standard. The show is on until the 5 August, get down there, take your little ones, you will not be disappointed
Chickenshed is a company that celebrates diversity in all its forms. Mr Stink is a story about a homeless man who’s befriended by a 12-year-old girl – the only person who bothers to talk to him. It’s pretty much a perfect fit.
David Walliams, our much-loved TV funnyman, has teamed up with the Birmingham Stage Company to create a fun-packed yet thought-provoking show for all the family, from young to old.
Birmingham Stage Company has announced the return of its hit adaptation of David Walliams’ bestselling book, Gangsta Granny, to the West End.
Chichester Festival Theatre’s Festival 2018 season, announced today, will feature new plays by Laura Wade and Charlotte Jones and revivals of Michael Frayn’s Copenhagen and musical Flowers For Mrs Harris.
Director of Nuffield Southampton Theatres, Samuel Hodges, today announces their new season for 2018. This announcement also marks the opening of the brand new NST City, NST’s newly built theatre in Southampton’s city centre. Their 2018 season of work will be spread across both the new venue and their original home, NST Campus. The season is comprised of four world …
Awful Auntie, the award-winning novel by David Walliams, has hit the stage at the Richmond Theatre, combining the craft of the theatre with the art of great storytelling.
Neal Foster’s adaptation of David Walliams’ best-selling children’s book has plenty of laughter (and dancing) to entertain kids of all ages.
Need more proof that drama transforms young lives? I think most of us are already convinced but if you need evidence to support an argument with the unenlightened then I’ve seen three in the last week. First there was The Midnight Gang at Chickenshed (awful place to get to from London’s deep south but always […]
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