Horrible Histories live on stage arrives for the third time with Barmy Britain Part 3. This brand new show is bursting with colourful characters from the past. Audiences get the chance to meet the key figures that make up Britain’s vibrant history but there’s just one problem – they’re dead!
Horrible History fans can clap along to a crazy King Charles. They can ponder in awe as to whether King John will be a martyr for the Magna Carta. They can find out whether the Duke of Wellington actually gets the boot. They can be enthralled by a beguiling account of the Great Fire of London. Audiences of all ages will witness the Victorians’ shenanigans and even flee the First World War!
A huge spectrum of Britain’s most poignant history is unravelled in Barmy Britain Part 3, along with all the gory bits!
Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part 3 follows on from the sell-out successes of Part 1 and 2. Part 2 covered battles with Boudicca, Queen Elizabeth’s reign, William Wallace, King Charles, Burke and Hare, amongst other legendary figures from Britain’s rich and colourful history.
Based on Terry Deary’s children’s books and CBBC TV series, Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part 3 is written and directed by Neal Foster. Neal Foster also performs in the show alongside Anthony Spargo.
Barmy Britain Part 3 is playing at the DWLP on Sunday 1st November, with performances at 2pm and 4pm.
Suitable for age 6+ years old.