Car Park Party's drive-in theatre tour has added an extra show to their visit to the Riverside Stadium on Monday May 3.

Safe, socially distanced, and enjoyed from the comfort of your car, the COVID-secure touring performances at the Riverside have been moved to May 3, in compliance with the government roadmap out of lockdown*.

There are two stagings of 'Billionaire Boy', written by best-selling children’s author and TV personality David Walliams, at 2pm and 5pm. It tells the story of 12-year-old Joe Spud, the richest boy in the country, and his rollercoaster life as he discovers what money can’t buy.

And now, there's an extra performance of 'Barmy Britain' at 11am. From the award-winning Birmingham Stage Company, who brought to sell-out drive-in Horrible Christmas shows to the Riverside back in December, it’s another event not to be missed.

*All pre-purchased tickets will automatically be transferred for the new date, with ticket-holders to be informed.

To buy tickets, visit the Car Park Party website.

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