Further dates have been announced for the upcoming UK car park tour of the family show.

The Birmingham Stage Company has today announced further dates for Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain in association with Car Park Party, Troubadour and Live Nation.

Opening at Henley on Saturday 11th July, the production is now set to visit Bolton, Birmingham, Newmarket, Darlington, Leeds, Bristol, Liverpool,  Lincoln and Cheltenham throughout July and August. However, please note that the productions scheduled in Dudley on 24th July and Manchester on 26th July can regretfully no longer go ahead and ticket holders will be refunded.

For those coming to see Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain, they will be able to drive in and enjoy the show from the comfort of their own car, with sound transmitted through each car’s radio. This very special production of Barmy Britain live on stage will then tour to the previously announced Northampton, Newbury, Chelmsford, Exeter and Edmonton, concluding the run at Cheltenham on 31st August.

This family show is based on the bestselling books written by Terry Deary, illustrated by Martin Brown and published by Scholastic. It first launched in 2005 with the world premieres of Terrible Tudors Vile Victorians. Since then the Birmingham Stage Company has produced eighteen different Horrible shows.

In Barmy Britain, audiences will get a chance to meet historical characters such as Queen Boudicca, King Henry VIII, Guy Fawkes, Dick Turpin and Queen Victoria.

For more information and to book tickets visit: https://www.birminghamstage.com/shows/horrible-histories-car-park-barmy-britain/about-the-show