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What to expect
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History is always fascinating and we always want to meet someone from history, but alas, everyone is long gone. 'Terrible Tudors' live on stage is ready to welcome you to the Garrick Theatre in the West End; so prepare yourselves to learn something new. From the ending of evil Elizabeth, to the dreadful Henries, learn about the legends, the tormenting Tudors. Hear about Henry's punch-up with the Pope and about the fate of his headless wives in this performance at Garrick Theatre. Watch Ed fall dead in his bed and come face-to-face with Bloody Mary. In 'Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors', also survive the launch of the attack from the Spanish Armada. The stage performance is all about real historical events, gory details and all! Book 'Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors' tickets today.
About 'Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors'
What is 'Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors' about?
It is the return of 'Horrible Histories' to the Garrick Theatre in the West End this summer with 'Terrible Tudors'. Learn history as you see it live on stage.
Many people would love to go back in time and speak to the real heroes and villains from history. This is where 'Horrible Histories' come alive and takes the next step with you. 'Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors' have you covered in terms of history. The West End of London is ready to welcome you to meet people from history. Evil Elizabeth and horrible Henry will be there for meet-ups, so take a comfortable seat at the venue and listen to the story (and the lies) involving the terrible torturing Tudors.
There will be a lot of questions like, 'Was there really a punch-up with the Pope?' or 'What happened to the headless wives of Henry?'. Learn the answers to them all and also get prepared to meet Bloody Mary at the venue and watch Ed fall dead in his bed. While you are at it, live through the Spanish Armada. Watch history come alive!
You can contact the box office for any other information. Book tickets for 'Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors' today.
'Horrible Histories' is based on the international hit book series that have won many awards, written by Terry Deary. The 'Horrible Histories' series is brought to the stage by the Birmingham Stage Company and directed by Neal Foster. There have been more than 12 different 'Horrible Histories' stories staged until now and 'Terrible Tudors' is a part of the series. Other 'Horrible Histories' plays that have been performed in theatres around the country include 'Awful Egyptians', 'Vile Victorians', 'Ruthless Romans', 'Groovy Greeks', and 'Blitzed Brits'. There also has been a 'Horrible Christmas' show and 'Frightful First World War', and Nottingham have their own show. Since 'The Horrible Histories' first premiered in the UK in 2005, they have toured all around the country.
What age is 'Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors' suitable for?
The show at Garrick Theatre is suitable for ages 5+.
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How long is the show?
The running time of the show is one hour 10 minutes.
Who is the team behind 'Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors'?
The story for Garrick Theatre is written by Neal Foster and Terry Deary. The director is Neal Foster, Jason Taylor is on lighting, Jackie Trousdale is on design, Nick Sagar is on sound, Matthew Scott is on music, and Kenn Oldfield did the choreography.
Book 'Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors' tickets today and see the performance live at Garrick Theatre.
Who is in the London cast of 'Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors'?
The cast includes Neal Foster, Morgan Philpott, Benedict Martin, Timothy Speyer, Harriet Munday, and Emma Swan.
Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where is 'Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors' being performed?
The address of the venue is Garrick Theatre, 2 Charing Cross Rd, London, WC2H 0HH.
How do I get to the Garrick Theatre?
The A400 will take you to the venue in the shortest possible time. The theatre can be seen in the vicinity.
Leicester Square and Charing Cross tube stations are nearest to the location.
Charing Cross train station is near the venue.
There are also buses running day and night in London.
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Where can I park near the Garrick Theatre?
Q-Park Leicester square and Q-Park Chinatown are near the theatre.
Where are the toilet facilities at the Garrick Theatre?
There are both male and female toilets in the theatre premises. These toilets are accessible from all levels of the theatre. There is also step-free toilet access right from the foyer bar.
Is the Garrick Theatre accessible?
The theatre is accessible. There is a portable ramp for wheelchair access. Wheelchair spaces are also available inside the theatre, that you can request at the time of booking your tickets.
Where can I eat nearby?
Some popular recommendations are Garrick Arms, Steak and Company Leicester Square, Wagamama, and Angus Steakhouse.