Open Air Theatre at Sheffield Girls’ - Gangsta Granny
Sheffield Girls’, in partnership with Heartbreak Productions, invites pupils and their families to enjoy David Walliams’ bestselling book, Gangsta Granny, adapted for the outdoor stage!
Join us on Wednesday 26th June as we transform the Senior School back grass into an Open Air Theatre for a summer evening of family fun.
This is an event to be enjoyed by the whole family with street food and a bar open from 5.00pm and the performance starting at 7.00pm.
Tickets are £7.50 per person and available online now at https://gangstagranny.eventbrite.co.uk
We expect it to be very popular as this event is open to the whole school, so buy tickets early to avoid disappointment. This is a non-profit event, with school-subsidised ticket prices. The performance is not suitable for under 3s. Please keep a copy of your email receipt as we will not be issuing tickets before the event.
We hope you are able to join us for what promises to be a wonderful evening of entertainment!
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