Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain Part Four

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Book your Horrible Histories Barmy Britain tickets as this hugely acclaimed series continues in the West End

After seven sensational years in the West End, the Birmingham Stage Company return with the latest in their hugely successful Horrible Histories series! Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain Part Four brings to life everyone’s favourite characters from the country’s colourful past, playing a strictly limited summer season at London’s Apollo Theatre.

Everybody wants to meet people from history. The trouble is, everyone worth meeting is dead! But never fear, the clan behind Horrible Histories Live On Stage are ensuring that everyone gets to meet the heroes and villains of Britain’s past, in their brand new stage show Barmy Britain Part Four. Previous productions include last year’s More Best of Barmy Britain, as well as Barmy Britain Parts I, II and III.

Meet the ruthless Romans, vile Richard III and an Elizabeth I who struggles with her terrible teeth! Survive King James I’s terrible witch-hunt and mount a rebellion against King Henry VIII! See Mary Tudor knock the spots off Mary Queen of Scots, but not before popping into the world of Samuel Pepys and helping Georgian detectives hunt for the headless man! Finally, round off with the night soil men and discover how to get through the first ever train ride!

Adapted from Terry Deary’s best-selling book series, the Horrible Histories stage series is written, created by and stars Neal Foster. The production features set and costume design by Jacqueline Trousdale, lighting design by Jason Taylor and sound design by Nick Sagar.

A hilariously entertaining stage show that guarantees to bring history to life with all the nasty bits kept in, Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain Part Four plays at the Apollo Theatre for a summer season. The production runs from August 2nd to September 1st 2018.

Child Friendly

Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain Part Four is recommended for all audiences between 5 and 105!