Win Tickets to see Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain Part 4! at the Apollo Theatre, West End 

We all want to meet people from history. The trouble is everyone is dead!

So it’s time to prepare yourselves for Horrible Histories live on stage with a brand new show featuring all new scenes in Barmy Britain – Part Four!

Would you be shaken or stirred by Richard III? See Mary Tudor knock the spots off the Queen of Scots! Would you be hanged by King James for being a witch? Peep into the world of Samuel Pepys!

After six sensational years in the West End, Barmy Britain is back with a brand new world premiere!

Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain Part 4 is playing at the Apollo Theatre, West End, from 2 August to 1 September 2018.  For more information and to book your tickets please visit

Win Tickets to see Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain Part 4! at the Apollo Theatre, West End

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Terms & conditions: One winner will receive a family ticket (four tickets, minimum one adult) to see Horrible Histories: More Barmy Britain Part 4, at the Apollo Theatre valid for all Monday – Friday performances, until 31 August 2018  Subject to availability. No cash alternative. Travel not included.

40 Responses to Win Tickets to see Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain Part 4! at the Apollo Theatre, West End 

  1. Angela Dowling says:

    Queen Victoria

  2. viva morrissey says:

    robert catesby

  3. Lin Martin says:

    Henry VIII a real tale to tell, although I wouldn’t want him decided I would me a great wife!

  4. Karl Borowy says:

    robin hood

  5. amanda w says:

    id like to go back in time and meet Elvis!!!

  6. Harmony Sai says:

    Henry VIII

  7. charlie kushla says:

    henry VIII – i’d give him what for!

  8. Laura Pritchard says:

    Elizabeth I of England!

  9. Paul Quinlan says:


  10. samantha bennett says:

    Florence Nightingale

  11. Angela Treadway says:

    winston churchill x

  12. Susan Lloyd says:

    Queen Victoria as I find her fascinating x

  13. Gail B says:

    William Shakespeare

  14. Henry the VIII. Been to hampton court palace with my son recently and loved the insite how they livec back then.

  15. LESLEY OSCROFT says:

    My boys would like to meet Nicholas Hawksmore who was Sir Christopher Weeks Assistant…..the name sake of their school and designer of Eston Neston Estate in our town of Towcester. They also named Boudica who battled through the town, Charles Dickens who wrote the pickwick papers here and also Charles 1 and some guy from the gun powder plot….with second favourite being Edward the confessor who evidently saved the town from the Vikings!!!

  16. Kayleigh Mayhew says:

    Florence Nightingale

  17. Suzanne Gaulton says:

    Charles Darwin for me!

  18. Phil O'neill says:


  19. Gary Topley says:

    Churchill for me too, thankyou for the competition.

  20. lyn west says:

    Queen Elizabeth I

  21. Catia Rodrigues says:

    It has to be Henry VIII 🙂

  22. Rich Tyler says:

    Henry VIII

  23. JoCar says:


  24. leanne weir says:

    Guy fawkes

  25. Debi Gillard says:

    Henry VIII has always fascinated me.

  26. Claire Nutman says:

    King James

  27. dawn bell-pope says:

    HM Stanley

  28. Pat Healy says:


  29. michelle o'neill says:

    Winson Churchill

  30. Mark Johnson says:

    Vlad the imapler

  31. Sarah Morris says:

    Florence Nightingale

  32. chris bull says:

    I’d love to meet Queen Victoria

  33. Mm says:


  34. Jamie Piper says:

    oliver cromwell

  35. simon tutthill says:


  36. Rebecca Inman says:

    Henry VIII

  37. Sarah Mackay says:


  38. charlie pope says:

    Oliver Cromwell – bit obsessed!

  39. Catherine McAlinden says:

    Great question! I’d love to meet Henry VIII, he sounds like a right character!

  40. pammyjean1 says:

    King James

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