Hear horrible histories
Ever wondered what it would have been like living though some of Britain’s most horrible history?
Now you have the opportunity to meet the most famous, infamous and dangerous characters in British history with the one-hour production of Horrible Histories, coming to Clarence Street Theatre at the end of September.
The acclaimed West End show uses songs, audience participation, fun, facts and farts to tell the stories of the people who made Britain ‘‘barmy’’.
The production is adapted from a popular book series by Terry Deary and cartoonist Martin Brown. It’s directed by Birmingham Stage Company actor and manager Neal Foster.
Foster went to Warwick University, England, to study drama but left after seven weeks and set up a small theatre company.
He would put the posters up in the afternoon and wait for people to come that evening.
Hang out with Britain’s murderers, royals and other infamous criminals on September 30 at 11.30am or 1.30pm.
Courtesy of Live Nation, Hamilton Press has TWO double passes to give away to the 1.30pm showing of Horrible Histories. To enter, email your name and contact number to email@example.com. Entries close September 22.
Horrible Histories is coming to Hamilton this month. See below on how to win tickets.