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About the show

Children’s favourite comedy troupe, the Horrible Histories gang, are coming back to the London stage for another run at the Garrick Theatre throughout the summer, making it a perfect school holiday activity, with performances running from 4th August 2017 to 2nd September 2017.

With a brand new greatest hits show, Horrible Histories: More Best of Barmy Britain takes you on a hilarious and exciting journey through history. Party with the Puritans, see evil Elizabeth entertain, hang out with the revolting Romans and try and survive the vicious Vikings.

With a whole host of other much loved characters, including the kooky King Charles, devilish Dick Turpin, the vomiting Victorians and even the frightful First World War soldiers, Horrible Histories: More Best of Barmy Britain is packed full of entertaining and enlightening sketches.

The Horrible Histories team are best known for their huge range of success in hilarious historical storytelling including an award winning TV show, countless much loved children’s box, as well as years of highly successful stage shows.

Horrible Histories: More Best of Barmy Britain gives you another chance to revisit all your favourite characters as well as experiencing some brand new sketches. With performances beginning at the Garrick Theatre on the 4th August 2017 and running through to 2nd September 2017, this is one kid’s show this summer not to be missed!

Who Should See It?

Any fans of the Horrible Histories books or TV series will also love the opportunity to see their favourite characters live on stage. Horrible Histories – More Best of Barmy Britain is the perfect blend of hilarious comedy and insightful education.

Playing at

Garrick Theatre
Charing Cross Road
Seating Plan

Garrick Theatre seating plan

Booking period

20th Aug 2017

22nd Jan 2021

2nd Sep 2017

Running time

1 hour 10 minutes


Suitable for ages 5 and older