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Horrible Histories (Terrible Tudors - TT & Vile Victorians - VV)
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HORRIBLE HISTORIES live on stage, Using actors and ground-breaking 3D special effects, these two astounding shows - TERRIBLE TUDORS and VILE VICTORIANS.
From the horrible Henries to the end of evil Elizabeth, hear the legends about the torturing Tudors.
VILE VICTORIANS-Can you escape the misery of the mines or the filth of the factories?
"Mortgage your school if you have to! Every child and adult should see this. Live theatre and history at its rip-roaring best." Times Educational Supplement
Image © Ian Tilton
Using actors and amazing 3D special effects, the astounding Horrible History shows are guaranteed to thrill as historical figures and events come alive on stage and hover at your fingertips.
Written by Terry Deary – the world's best selling non-fiction writer for children – these ground-breaking theatrical presentations will leave you gasping!
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Venue: Baths Hall
→ Scunthorpe 10 min walk