The hit Horrible Histories show is coming to Knowsley – straight from London’s West End.
‘Barmy Britain’ brings to life the good and bad parts of British History – with the nasty bits left in!
It’s at Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park in Longview Drive in Huyton on Friday October 4.
It’s the latest in the hit Horrible Histories series that brings the past to life for children and adults.
Terry Deary created the Horrible Histories series and is one of Britain's best-selling authors of the 21st Century.
He’s also the tenth most-borrowed author in British libraries.
‘Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain’ explores stories from Roman, Tudor, Stuart, Georgian, Victorian and WW1 periods.
It features famous characters such as Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, Guy Fawkes, Florence Nightingale and General Earl Haig.
You can find out how to impress your guests with roast dormouse and if it’s easier to lose your heart or your head to horrible King Henry.
There’ll be two performances at the leisure and culture park on Friday, October 4. Already, the 1.30pm show is sold out but there are still tickets available for the 7pm performance, with tickets priced at £12 for adults and £10 for children. Family tickets (2 adults, 2 children) are also available for £40.
Book by calling 0151 443 2200 or in person at the Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park.