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Gangsta Granny Is Coming To London! Book Tickets Now

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Friday nights only mean one thing for Ben, staying the night with granny. Did Ben know that his oh-so-boring granny has a huge secret, and all those Friday nights were going to be exciting after all? This is the story of Ben embarking on a grand adventure with his Gangsta Granny. The amazing story is written by David Walliams, the best-selling children's author in the UK, and is now an award-winning West End production by the Birmingham Stage Company. To watch Gangsta Granny live, get your Gangsta Granny tickets now!

About Gangsta Granny

What is Gangsta Granny about?

Gangsta Granny is the story of a young boy, Ben, who does not like to spend time with his boring granny who feeds him cabbage soup, cabbage cake, and cabbage pie, while his parents are off ballroom dancing every Friday night. Ben does not know that his granny has a secret. One day, Ben asks his parents to take him home from his granny's, but they ignore him and granny overhears the conversation. Ben found something unusual later that day and knew this Friday night would turn into something exciting. Gangsta Granny usually wears a cardigan over her collared blouse, a knee-length skirt, and comfy shoes. Not to forget, her iconic rimmed glasses over a black robber mask!

This amazing story is loved by kids all over the world. Gangsta Granny, written by David Walliams, has now been turned into a fantastic show with great performances by the whole cast. First adapted into a theatre performance by the Birmingham Stage Company, the show has now taken the West End by storm. The show is brought to you by the acclaimed producers of Billionaire Boy and Awful Auntie. David Walliams praised the production house for its fantastic adaptation of the book. The message of the show is that people of all ages are interesting and fun. It is important that we talk, listen and learn from their experiences. Who knows, you could also go on an adventure just like the main characters, Ben and his Granny!

What age is Gangsta Granny suitable for?

Gangsta Granny is suitable for all ages.

What is the Gangsta Granny show based on?

The show is based on a book by the same name, written by the UK's bestselling children's book author, David Walliams.

What can I expect from Gangsta Granny?

The theatre performance will surely give you a good belly laugh and the children will love it.

How long is Gangsta Granny?

Gangsta Granny is 130 minutes long.

Who is in the Gangsta Granny cast?

The cast is led by Justin Davies and Isabel Ford. Other members of the cast are Jason Furnival, Jess Nesling, Paul Duckworth, Irfan Damani, Jemma Geanaus, Iskandar Eaton, and Mared Lewis. The play is an adaptation of the book written by David Walliams.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is Gangsta Granny?

The show is being performed at Bloomsbury Theatre, 15 Gordon Street, London, WC1H 0AH.

How do I get to the Bloomsbury Theatre?

The theatre is in London. If you are travelling by bus to the theatre, you can choose to take 10, 18, 24, 29, 73, 91, 168, or 253 to reach the destination.

Euston Square Tube Station is the nearest Tube to the theatre.

Where can I park?

There is parking available at Euston Station. Many other NCP parking facilities and on-street parking facilities for Blue Badge holders are available near the theatre.

Where are the toilets at the Bloomsbury Theatre?

There are many accessible toilets at the theatre including, one on the lower ground floor, another near the Box Office, and the Circle.

Is the Bloomsbury Theatre accessible?

Yes, it is accessible for wheelchairs, and they have accessible toilets as well.

Where can I eat nearby?

There are many options in and around the area, such as Bloomsbury Cafe, Wellcome Cafe, and others.

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