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David Walliams' Billionaire Boy 2021 tour tickets and dates for special drive-in shows

Billionaire Boy 2021 tour dates and tickets

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David Walliams’ Billionaire Boy is to tour the UK this Spring with a special drive-in show.

David Walliams has teamed up with Birmingham Stage Company and Coalition Agency on the stage version, which is adapted and directed by Neal Foster

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A teaser for the show reads: “Written by one of the UKs most celebrated children’s authors, David Walliams, Billionaire Boy tells the story of twelve year old Joe Spud, the richest boy in the country!

“He has his own sports car, two crocodiles as pets and £100,000 a week pocket money! But what Joe doesn’t have is a friend. So he decides to leave his posh school and start at the local comp. But things don’t go as planned for Joe and life becomes a rollercoaster as he tries to find what money can’t buy!”

Billionaire Boy will tour the UK in April with drive-in dates across the UK.

David Walliams’ Billionaire Boy – Live On Stage! (Drive-In) tour dates


Book tickets Newbury Newbury Racecourse
12 April 2021

Book tickets Windsor Windsor Racecourse
13 April 2021

Book tickets Poole Canford Park Arena
14 April 2021

Book tickets Exeter Exeter Racecourse
15 April 2021

Book tickets Bath Bath & West Showground
16 April 2021

Book tickets Bristol Bristol Airport
17 April 2021

Book tickets Cheltenham Cheltenham Racecourse
18 April 2021

Book tickets Knebworth Knebworth House
23 April 2021

Book tickets Northampton Northampton Saints
24 April 2021

Book tickets Birmingham Nec
25 April 2021

Book tickets Manchester Aj Bell Stadium
30 April 2021

Book tickets Newark Newark Showground
01 May 2021

Book tickets Leeds Harewood House
02 May 2021

Book tickets Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium
03 May 2021

Britain’s Got Talent star Walliams said: “I am delighted that families will have the opportunity to see some live theatre again. The show is hilarious and I hope spreads some happiness in these difficult times.”

Neal Foster, adapter and director of Billionaire Boy, added: “The show’s actors are thrilled with the opportunity to return to a new stage with a story that demonstrates the importance of friends and family at this critical time for the world.”

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