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David Walliams

Gangsta Granny

Premier - 2016. 10. 02.

David Walliams: Gengszter nagyi David Walliams: Gengszter nagyi
10+

120 minutes 1 intermission

Ország Lili Studio

Bunraku Giant puppet
10+

Ország Lili Stúdió

120 minutes 1 intermission

This is a very sensitive show with a lot of humour about the extraordinary friendship of grandmother and grandson, and about whether you are 11 or 78, it’s never too late to play.

 

Gallery of the show

In his books, David Walliams, a British contemporary writer describes important social-human questions, such as exclusion, being an outcast, and how to deal with differences. In this story, the protagonists are a seemingly boring, lonely old lady, and her 11 years old grandson, Ben, whose self-confidence is quite low. He is forced to spend every Friday night at his Granny’s, which is boring and the two of them just can’t relate to each other. But one day Ben discovers something rather stange: his Granny hides diamonds in a biscuit box! Might se be something different than she seems?

This is a very sensitive show with a lot of humour about the extraordinary friendship of grandmother and grandson, and about whether you are 11 or 78, it’s never too late to play.

Permission for adaptation was received by Independent Talent Group Ltd.

 

Press

Előkötött sztori - kritika az artlimes.hu oldalon

Gengszter nagyi - ajánló a Kétlámpás Blogon

Egy vagány nagyi az Andrássyn -ajánló a Beusblog oldalon

Gengszter nagyi - ajánló az Önjelölt Kritikus Blogon

Csővilág - kritika a spirituszonline.hu oldalon

A fekete macska utolsó nagy bevetése - ajánló az artnews.hu oldalon

Gengszter nagyi - kritika a Színházikritikák Blogon

 

  • Written by

    David Walliams
  • Adapted for puppet theatre

    Gimesi Dóra
  • Music

    Pirisi László
  • Design

    Hoffer Károly
  • Choreography

    Szőllősi András
  • Director Assistant

    Rigó Anna
  • Director Assistant

    Csonka Maresz
  • Directed by

    Hoffer Károly
Premier

2016. 10. 02.

Types of puppets Bunraku Giant puppet

In his books, David Walliams, a British contemporary writer describes important social-human questions, such as exclusion, being an outcast, and how to deal with differences. In this story, the protagonists are a seemingly boring, lonely old lady, and her 11 years old grandson, Ben, whose self-confidence is quite low. He is forced to spend every Friday night at his Granny’s, which is boring and the two of them just can’t relate to each other. But one day Ben discovers something rather stange: his Granny hides diamonds in a biscuit box! Might se be something different than she seems?

This is a very sensitive show with a lot of humour about the extraordinary friendship of grandmother and grandson, and about whether you are 11 or 78, it’s never too late to play.

Permission for adaptation was received by Independent Talent Group Ltd.

 

  • Written by

    David Walliams
  • Adapted for puppet theatre

    Gimesi Dóra
  • Music

    Pirisi László
  • Design

    Hoffer Károly
  • Choreography

    Szőllősi András
  • Director Assistant

    Rigó Anna
  • Director Assistant

    Csonka Maresz
  • Directed by

    Hoffer Károly

Előkötött sztori - kritika az artlimes.hu oldalon

Gengszter nagyi - ajánló a Kétlámpás Blogon

Egy vagány nagyi az Andrássyn -ajánló a Beusblog oldalon

Gengszter nagyi - ajánló az Önjelölt Kritikus Blogon

Csővilág - kritika a spirituszonline.hu oldalon

A fekete macska utolsó nagy bevetése - ajánló az artnews.hu oldalon

Gengszter nagyi - kritika a Színházikritikák Blogon

 

Gallery of 100th play