Horrible Histories Terrible Tudors was a treat! If like me when as a teen enjoyed History?
Especially The Tudor era to be precise. this Era for me was my favourite.
when I started to watch Dartanian and the beautifully detailed clothes, I digress
The setting is a screen in the back which comes more into play in the second half where the 3D special effects start.
A time travel tour of the Terrible Tudors going through the timeline as the three actors.
The rise of the royal line. how religions became Catholic and protestant.
The causes and effect the power Henry Tudor, Henry VIII, had over his six wives.
introducing “Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived” song.
added Education includes Anne Boleyn’s eating disorder, Edward, Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth 1.
We especially liked Drab as his character was mischievous and funny.
I like how they added songs and dances to get the audience involved to remember the six wives of Henry the VII.
3D Boggle Vision
The second act is in “3D boggle vision”. which draws the audience into the action of battles, jailbreaks, and even an execution
The 3D experience makes you feel like you are actually there. With flying missiles, fireworks and boats sailing into the audience.
I would recommend this show to anyone with school-age children.
if learning from a book and just reading isn’t helping you remember for SATs or Exams you may find it helps with visuals.
To book the show Churchill Theatre Bromley
* both Saturday shows and the single show on Sunday are sold out.
There is also The AWFUL EGYPTIANS playing it invites you to 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.
Are you ready to rumble with Ramesses the Great? Dare you enter through the Gates of the Afterlife?
It’s the history of Egypt with the nasty bits left in!
I would give this a Star rating of 4/5
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