Friday 28 February 2020

Horrible Histories at Bacon Theatre

Wednesday 1 April 2020

Editor's Choice

Meet Vikings, King Charles, Richard the Lionheart and others all in one night, when Horrible Histories comes to Bacon Theatre.

Good golly, Horrible Histories is coming to the stage at Bacon Theatre on Wednesday 1 April 2020. Learn all about the gruesome history of Britain and have a laugh a minute.

A cheeky take on the country’s past, you’ll be whisked through everything from Florence Nightingale’s escapades, the great fire of London and even the great escape from World War One.

On tour from London’s West End, Horrible Histories: The Worst of Barmy Britain has left audiences in stitches.

For more information and to buy tickets, visit

Horrible Histories: The Worst of Barmy Britain
Bacon Theatre
Wednesday 1 April 2020; Wednesday 1 April 2020
From 1.30pm and 6.30pm
Tickets cost £14 per person and £12 per concession. School group bookings cost £10 per person.
(01242) 258002

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Tuesday 03 December 2019



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