From the award-winning team behind Gangsta Granny and Awful Auntie comes Billionaire Boy, David Walliams’ story about the richest boy in the country!

Joe Spud gets £100,000 a week in pocket money. Joe Spud has his own sports car. Joe Spud has two crocodiles as pets. And he’s also twelve years old! But cut off from the rest of his age group, Billionaire Boy sees Joe decide to start at the local comp – where life becomes a rollercoaster as he seeks out what money can’t buy!

Billionaire Boy is the latest smash-hit from the Birmingham Stage Company, whose family favourite shows include the Olivier Award-nominated Gangsta Granny, and the riotous Horrible Histories Live On Stage series. The show is adapted and directed by the Company’s Actor/Manager, Neal Foster. It returns to the West End at the Garrick Theatre for a limited run this summer

Birmingham Stage Company’s brilliant shows have seen it become one of the country’s leading producers of theatre for children and their families, performing for families all over the world including in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Bahrain, Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia.

David Walliams is one of the world’s best-selling children’s writers, having penned books which have accumulated global sales exceeding thirty-two million copies. His books have been translated into fifty-three languages, and have spent 138 weeks (non-consecutive) at the top of the children’s charts – more than any other children’s author ever. Billionaire Boy was first published as a book in 2010, and was later adapted for the television by the BBC in 2016.

Don’t miss this chance to witness a terrific production of Billionaire Boy on the London stage.

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