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Information for Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain - A Brand New Show
at Floral Pavilion Theatre, New Brighton
(Kids show). British history is full of barmy people who did nasty things to each other. With blood, battles, murder and mayhem Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain explores stories from Roman, Tudor, Stuart, Georgian, Victorian and WW1 periods and features famous characters such as Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, Guy Fawkes, Florence Nightingale and General Earl Haig. Enjoy an episode of Roman Mankychef and find out how to impress your guests with roast dormouse; is it easier to lose your heart or head to horrible Henry? Will Parliament escape gunpowder Guy? Take a peak inside Georgian Crime School, dare to dance the Tyburn jig and find out what a baby farmer did. Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain - A Brand New Show website
Approximate runtime 61minutes (including any interval).
Author Terry Deary. Author Neal Foster. Author Ciaran McConville. Music Matthew Scott.
Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain - A Brand New ShowTuesday, 3rd August 2021
to Thursday, 5th August 2021
16 April 2021 15:00 - RelaxedTOUR DETAILS: Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain - A Brand New ShowScroll down for reviews, theatre information and other details.
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