Win family tickets to Horrible Histories
PUBLISHED: 09:08 11 July 2019 | UPDATED: 13:02 11 July 2019
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Horrible Histories is celebrating 25 years of foul facts with two hilarious shows in Bristol.
The first Horrible Histories books were published in 1993 - helping children to learn about historical events, with a touch of black humour and gore.
Author Terry Deary has adapted the books into a series of stage shows and fans can catch the Terrible Tudors and Awful Egyptians at the Bristol Hippodrome from July 24-27.
In Terrible Tudors, spectators can take a trip through the horrible Henrys to the end of evil Elizabeth and hear the legend and the lies about the torturing Tudors.
The audience will find out about the fate of Henry's headless wives and his punch-up with the Pope.
Meet Bloody Mary and survive the Spanish Armada as it sails into the audience.
In Awful Egyptians, audiences will meet the fascinating pharaohs, gasp at the power of the pyramids and discover the foul facts of death and decay with the meanest mummies in Egypt.
The productions feature some amazing 3D effects including the Spanish Armada firing cannonballs into the auditorium and an Egyptian Mummy reaching out to grab them.
Horrible Histories Live On Stage is written by Terry Deary - the world's bestselling non-fiction author for children.
Over the past 25 years, his 50 Horrible Histories titles have sold more than 25 million copies worldwide.
Horrible Histories Live on Stage, by the Birmingham Stage Company, is directed by Neal Foster.
Tickets are priced from £13 and can be booked at www.atgtickets.com/bristol-hippodrome or on 08448 713012.
The Times has teamed up with the Bristol Hippodrome to give readers the chance to win a family ticket for four people for the 2pm performance on July 24.
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