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Hunstanton open-air staging of smash hit by David Walliams




There is an outdoor theatre treat in Hunstanton taking place at the Community Centre on Thursday.

The Heartbreak Theatre Company return once more with a rip-roaring open-air production of David Walliams’ smash hit book Gangsta Granny.

Here we meet Ben, an 11-year-old want-to-be plumber fed up with spending his Friday nights at Granny’s.

All she wants to do is play Scrabble and eat cabbage, which is not exactly his idea of fun!

Hungry and bored, Ben goes searching for something more edible in the kitchen and stumbles on an old biscuit tin.

The tin holds more than just digestives, however, it contains Granny’s biggest secret...

This is Walliams’ bestseller adapted for the outdoor stage. Bring a picnic to enjoy it to the full.

Gangsta Granny (11323396)
Gangsta Granny (11323396)

The performance takes place on Thursday, June 6 at Hunstanton Community Centre, Avenue Road, PE 36 5BW at 6pm. Doors open at 5.30pm and it should be finished by 8.30pm.

Tickets cost £7 adults, £3.50 children, and are available from the Tourist Information Centre on 01485 532610 or at the gate. Please bring warm clothing and low seating. Hot drinks will be available in the interval.

This event is sponsored by the HDFA as part of the Festival 3 by the Sea programme running all summer long. Full details from the Facebook page Hdfa Festival3 by the Sea.

The Hunstanton and District Festival of Arts supports the Centenary Concert at St Mary’s Church, Old Hunstanton on Saturday, June 8, at 7.30pm in aid of Save The Children.

Entitled Classical Music Rocks, the evening will consist of “Tales Without Words” with Klio Blonz (flute) and Melanie Jones on piano. The Hunstanton Community Choir will also be there.

Tickets cost £10 and are available from The Princess Theatre in Hunstanton, Witleys Newsagents, Cruso & Wilkin Estate Agents and the Post Office in Old Hunstanton.

Further details from Mavis Jarvis on 07866 889967.



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