The Birmingham Stage Company production of Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain – Part 4 will return to the West End this summer for a month-long run at the Apollo Theatre in August. Marking Horrible Histories’ eighth year in the West End, Barmy Britain tells the historical tales of some of the most influential figures in history, such as the Roans, King James I, Queen Elizabeth, Mary Queen of Scots and King James I. The show, which was last seen in the West End at the Garrick Theatre in August 2018, will return to the West End at the Apollo Theatre from 1st to 31st August 2019.
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We all want to meet people from history! The trouble is everyone is dead!
So it’s time to prepare yourselves for Horrible Histories live on stage with the smash hit production of Barmy Britain – Part Four! Would you be shaken or stirred by Richard III? Mount a mutiny against King Henry VIII! See Mary Tudor knock the spots off Mary Queen of Scots! Will Queen Elizabeth I endure her terrible teeth? Would you be hanged by King James I for being a witch? Peep into the world of Samuel Pepys and help Georgian detectives find the headless man! Take a trip into the night with the night soil men and discover how to survive the first ever train ride! After seven sensational years in the West End, Barmy Britain is back!
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For 25 years now, Neal Foster has been creating inventive, engaging theatre for children with Birmingham Stage Company. Since 2013, he has been chronicling the history of Britain regularly writing, directing and starring in the Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain series. Foster is also gearing up to adapt a second book by David Walliams. Following the success of Gangsta Granny – which returns to London at the Harold Pinter later this month – his take on the Awful Auntie book will reopen the newly refurbished Bloomsbury Theatre.