Awful Auntie Tickets
Another number one bestselling heartfelt but hilarious hoot of an adventure by comedian and author David Walliams is adapted for the stage. From the award-winning producers of Gangsta Granny, Walliams' seventh children's book Awful Auntie receives its world premiere at the Bloomsbury Theatre this December.
After the tragic death of her parents Lord and Lady Saxby in a car accident, the sole heir to the Saxby estate Stella awakes from a coma to find herself in the care of her Aunt Alberta in London. But rather than helping Stella, Alberta has a cunning plan to trick Stella out of her inheritance and she will stop at nothing to get it. Stella soon discovers she’s in for the fight of her life, but luckily she has a secret - and slightly spooky - weapon up her sleeve…
Don't miss this amazing tale of frights, fights and friendship, featuring a giant Bavarian owl named Wagner, a ghostly chimney sweep called Soot, a barmy butler and a thoroughly awful Auntie!
2 hours 10 minutes
15 Gordon Street
Nearest Underground: Euston Square
Nearest Rail: Euston
Bus Routes: 10, 18, 24, 29, 73, 91, 168, 253
The theatre is wheelchair accessible and there is a lift from street level to the main entrance. Free companion tickets are offered to all disabled customers.
An induction loop is available which can be accessed by using the ‘T’ position on a hearing aid.
Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome.
To buy theatre tickets for Awful Auntie at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London, please use the availability search at the top of the page or click the buy tickets button. We aim to offer the cheapest prices and the highest level of customer service.
Begin by selecting the date you wish to attend a performance of Awful Auntie and select the desired number of tickets. We'll then search our database for availability and you'll be presented with a list of available seating types (Grand Circle, Stalls, Balcony etc). You'll be shown the price per person for each seating type and you'll be able to select exactly where you want to sit.
In many instances you'll find Awful Auntie tickets available at substantial discounts on the normal ticket price, giving you great value for money. So even if you're on a tight budget, there should be a cheap deal available which suits.
You'll also have the choice of adding optional extras such as a pre or post show meal at a nearby restaurant.
A night out to see Awful Auntie wouldn't be complete without a meal in a top class restaurant. Make your choice from a selection of restaurants conveniently situated close to the Bloomsbury Theatre, London and opt to have a meal before or after the show. Our Awful Auntie and meal packages offer a variety of cuisines and budgets to suit all.