Details

In The Vile Victorians they'll discover if they could have survived the filth of the 19th century factories and the misery of the mines. They'll find out what a baby farmer did and be taken on a ride on the rotten railway - - its slums and sewers, ghosts and graveyards all the way plus some seriously sill music hall songs!

Creatives/Company

Author: Terry Deary
Company: Birmingham Stage Company
Director: John Paul Cherrington
Design: Jacie Trousdale
Lighting: Jason Taylor
Music: Matthew Scott
Sound: Tom Lishman
Other: Amazing Interactives (3D Special Effects)
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Horrible Histories - The Vile Victorians

Horrible Histories - The Vile Victorians (Kids show) production archive for QTIX code T01221389829. Details of all Horrible Histories - The Vile Victorians archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S943095842

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UKTW News/Reviews

News:
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User Reviews

USER (10Jan06): very good. i really enjoyed it

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