Horrible Histories Barmy Britain

Horrible Histories Theatre Breaks come to Barmy Britain

Horrible Histories Barmy Britain London Theatre Breaks

The Horrible Histories played in London as Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain taking to the stage to entertain budding historians both young and old at the Garrick Theatre.

Horrible Histories Barmy Britain has now closed

Rock Of Ages is at the Garrick Theatre from 19 January 2013

Terry Deary series of Horrible Histories books  are a hugely successful phenomenon. In addition to the 60 books there are more stage adaptations and a BAFTA award winning children’s television programme.

Barmy Britain is brought to London by the Birmingham Theatre Company who have also produced  Awful Egyptians, Ruthless Romans, Terrible Tudors and Vile Victorians.  Set in loathsome London, the production will show how Parliament escapes from the Gunpowder plot and why the Romans wouldn’t win Masterchef.  There is even the chance to enrole yourself in a Georgian Crime School!  All in all Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain is a great show for the whole family to enjoy.

Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain Performance Details

Horrible Histories Barmy Britain has now closed

Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain has a running time of 1 hour and is suitable for ages 6 years and upwards.

London Theatre Breaks Tickets and Hotels

It is reasonable to assume that if you are coming to see Barmy Britain on a Theatre break that you will have some children in your party.  So hotels need to be cater for families and may we suggest are within zone one. After all you don’t want to be staying miles out of town with the children in tow.

Once you have selected your date and the number of tickets you would like for the play, you will be asked what hotel accommodation you need – and for how many adults and children. This will make sure that we only present you with hotels that can provide you with the right accommodation. Once you have got your list of hotels I would suggest using some of the tools on the left hand column to filter the list down: do you need parking? Would you like a hotel with a pool? And probably most importantly, how far away would you like to stay.

Unless you are in London for other reasons I would suggest staying within 2 miles of the theatre. This keeps the travel costs down whilst still offering a good range of great deals. Of course you can stay closer – move the slider on the left of the page right along and you will get hotels with a few moments walk… of course these tend to be quite expensive!

But wherever you stay I am sure you will enjoy your Barmy London Theatre Break it really is a great show!

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Simon Harding has grown up in and around London's Theatreland and has been working here ever since he left school: promoting its shows to anyone who will listen!

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