Age Restriction: Age Recommendation: 6+
Summers have been a treat for younger audiences at the Garrick Theatre in recent years as the Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain series has been making regular appearances, beginning with Part 1 in 2012 and Part 2 in 2013, the latter of which returned to the venue last summer.
Now it is time for audiences to witness the next instalment in this stand-out series as Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part 3 makes its way to the Garrick Theatre from July 2015. It will offer a chance for children to take an entertaining look at the Nation’s history, with all of the gore and hilarious facts left in!
Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part 3 will be a must-see for anyone who saw the first two productions in recent years. Those previous hits saw audiences explore the likes of Henry VIII, Guy Fawkes, William Wallace and Queen Victoria, to name but a few, Part 3 will explore even more famous figures and stories from our country’s past.
Event and people from King Charles to the First World War will get the Horrible Histories treatment, with further looks at the Duke of Wellington, King John, Admiral Nelson, the Victorians, the Puritans and the Great Fire Of London.
The Horrible Histories brand is one that many around the country will recognise and not just for their stage shows (which celebrate their 10th anniversary in 2015). Starting out as the series of books, most of which were written by Terry Deary, the series has since branched out to television screens and beyond. Some of the best known titles connected with the series are Terrible Tudors, Awesome Egyptians and Rotten Roman, among others.
But the stage series has been a huge success and along with the Barmy Britain shows, Horrible Histories has also made its way to the stage with the likes of The Blitzed Brits and The Frightful First World War under the watch of the Birmingham Stage Company.
Undoubtedly one of many children’s shows available for younger audiences this summer, Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part 3 runs at the Garrick Theatre from 25th July 2015. It appears in the same year that sees the return of the Beatles show Let It Be.
|Booking From:||Friday, 4th September 2015|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 5th September 2015|
|Running Time:||1 hour|
|Age Restriction:||Age Recommendation: 6+|
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