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From the critically-acclaimed Histories of the Unexpected team comes a brand new show on the Tudors!
A fast-paced show for all the family that shows how everything has a history, even the most unexpected of subjects and how everything links together in unexpected ways. You’ll never think about the Tudors in the same way ever again… guaranteed!
Why is the history of shrinking all about the Spanish Armada?
Why is the history of oranges all about Tudor spies?
What links Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn to windows, bells and fire?
Sam Willis is one of the country’s best-known historians and has made more than ten TV series for the BBC and National Geographic including The Silk Road and Invasion!
James Daybell is Professor of Early Modern British History at Plymouth University and is one of the country’s finest historical thinkers.
Age guidance 8+ years.
'Fun, witty and fast-paced…an innovative approach to telling history' BBC History Weekend
‘It’s Genius!’ Pail Ross, Talk Radio
‘History as you’ve never seen it before’ Dan Snow
‘It’s the new Horrible Histories’ BBC Radio Devon
£11 (£9 under 16s), Family and Friends (4 people) £36
Norden Farm Centre for The Arts
- Altwood Road
- SL6 4PF