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Horrible Histories is back at the Apollo with Barmy Britain Part Four, tickets on sale now!
Fear not! Barmy Britain is back in the West End and tickets for Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain - Part Four can be yours in just a matter of moments. With seven fabulous years in the West End already under their belt, Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain returns to the Apollo Theatre in London after a sold-out run in 2018. Barmy Britain Part Four is entertaining and enlightening, funny and informative and just a little bit gross. Year after year West End audiences are thrilled by Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain, so it's no surprise that they'll be making their way to the stage of the Apollo Theatre for a limited summer run before school starts!
Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain - summer fun with the family in London's West End
If you're looking for something to do with the whole family this summer, look no further. Barmy Britain is for everyone aged 5-105 (though they warn that people that are 106 might not be too keen). In the midst of the hubbub of London, transport yourself back into the history of England, but don't worry, the theatre is air conditioned! The cast of Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain- Part Four is set to feature Benedict Martin, Jamie Sheasby, and Pip Chamberlain.
What is Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain - Part Four about?
Watch the ruthless Romans wreak havoc. Find out where you stand with Richard III. Mutiny against King Henry VII. See Mary Tudor go toe-to-toe with Mary Queen of Scots. Will Queen Elizabeth I survive her terrible teeth? Would you find yourself at the end of a noose, accused of witchcraft by King James I? Take a look into the world of Samuel Pepys and help Georgian detectives hunt for the headless man. Learn about the dirty work of the night soil men and learn how to make it to the end of the first-ever train ride.
And don't worry, just because it's called part four doesn't mean you'll be adrift if you didn't catch the first 3 instalments!
Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain - Part Four tickets on sale now at affordable prices!
Barmy Britain tickets are the perfect cure to summertime sadness. Round up your friends, your family, your friend's family and book tickets to Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part Four today to secure the best seats and ticket prices whilst stocks last!
Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain - Part Four! Ticket Offer Details
Karen Roberts28th August
Fantastic show. Never stopped laughing
Alison Scally23rd August
Would have liked to see more actors
Louise Archer20th August
Amazing show. Don't expect a massive cast, scenery and orchestra. Quite short but great fun and perfect for younger children. Two very talented actors and singers!
Laura Barraclough20th August
Educational and funny for both children and adults.
Funny , clever , informative , set at a great pace and appealing to both adults and children
Poonam Bhula9th August
I would not recommend for adults and cut out the adult jokes as there were many little kids.
Doreen E Ingleton7th August
A wonderful show - as always! My children loved it - as did I! We can't wait for the next one - every minute was fun-filled - we ached with laughter!
Donna Bull4th August
Fantastic! Great way to introduce kids to the theatre,lots of fun learning and captured m 6 years old attention
Sarah Caulfield4th August
My 10year old daughter and I loved it! Clever and funny, recommend!
My 9yr old was a bit disappointed that it was only two actors, she said she would have liked to have seen more characters together on stage. However, the two actors were great and she was laughing out loud and joining in with the singing and name calling (massive poo!!) I would definitely recommend the show.
Bei bei Liu24th August
Great show, my kids enjoyed the show very much
Duncan Sayle22nd August
Excellent show, entertaining and informative. Could have been a bit longer.