Venues and tour dates for Horrible Histories shows

After a hugely successful West End season, Horrible Histories – The Best Of Barmy Britain is touring the country.

The hit show is a gag-filled gallop through British history with two amazing actors playing multiple historical roles!

Can you beat battling Boudicca? Would you be a martyr for the Magna Carta? Will you lose your heart or head to horrible Henry VIII?

Will Parliament survive gunpowder Guy? Dare you stand and deliver to dastardly Dick Turpin? Escape the clutches of Burke and Hare and move to the groove with party Queen Victoria!These are just some of the fascinating characters audiences will discover. History with the nasty bits left in!

The Best of Barmy Britain is written by Terry Deary and Neal Foster from Deary’s best-selling Horrible Histories books.

All dates are The Best of Barmy Britain unless otherwise stated.Tour dates for 2020 ...Thursday October 8 and Friday October 9: Elgiva Theatre, Chesham, Hemel HempsteadSaturday October 10: Pomegranate Theatre, ChesterfieldSunday October 11: The Spa, BridlingtonSunday October 25 to Wednesday October 28: Barmy Britain, Minack Theatre, PorthcurnoWednesday November 4: Bacon Theatre, CheltenhamMonday November 9: Queens Theatre, HornchurchMonday November 16 to Wednesday November 18: Castle Theatre, WellingboroughThursday November 19 and Saturday November 20: Barmy Britain, Darlington HippodromeMonday November 23: Queens Theatre, Hornchurch

Tour dates 2021Saturday January 9: Gatehouse Theatre, StaffordSunday January 10: The Plaza, StockportThursday January 14 to Sunday January 17: Barmy Britain, New Victoria Theatre, WokingWednesday January 20 to Saturday January 23: Barmy Britain Manchester Opera HouseThursday January 28 to Saturday January 30: Barmy Britain, Richmond TheatreThursday February 11 to Sunday February 14: Barmy Britain, Floral Pavilion Theatre & Blue Lounge, New BrightonThursday March 4 to Sunday March 7: Barmy Britain Theatre Royal, GlasgowWednesday March 17 to Saturday March 20: Barmy Britain Grand Opera House, YorkThursday March 25 to Saturday March 27: Barmy Britain, Baths Hall, ScunthorpeTuesday March 30: Gorgeous Georgians and Vile Victorians, the Lighthouse Theatre, KetteringWednesday March 31 to Saturday April 3: Barmy Britain, Waterside Theatre, AylesburySaturday April 3 and Sunday April 4: Gorgeous Georgians and Vile Victorians, Gala Theatre and Cinema, DurhamFriday April 16: Gorgeous Georgians and Vile Victorians, Regent Centre, ChristchurchSunday April 17: Sherman Theatre, CardiffThursday May 13 to Sunday May 15: Gorgeous Georgians and Vile Victorians, South Mill Arts, Bishop’s StortfordSaturday May 22 and Sunday May 22: Barmy Britain: Part Five! The Epstein Theatre, LiverpoolTuesday June 1: The Worst Of Barmy Britain, Festival Theatre @ Hever Castle, EdenbridgeFriday June 4 to Sunday June 6: The Worst Of Barmy Britain, Corn Exchange, NewburyThursday July 29 to Saturday August 28: Barmy Britain: Part Five! Apollo Theatre, London

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