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Horrible Histories - Second Auckland Show

Live Nation & Birmingham Stage Company Presents
Horrible Histories
Barmy Britain
FRIDAY JUNE 30, 2017
Due to overwhelming popular demand, a second Horrible Histories Barmy Britain show has been announced for Auckland’s Bruce Mason Centre, 1.30pm Sunday 1st October.

With the first show selling out in a week, get in quick to secure your tickets.

You'll be amazed, appalled and ablaze with delight as this acclaimed West End show uses songs, audience participation, fun, facts and farts to tell the stories of the people who made Britain barmy!

Don’t miss this horrible history of Britain with the nasty bits left in.

Suitable for children aged 7 to 12 – but parents will love it as well!

For complete tour and ticketing details, visit: livenation.co.nz.

NEW ZEALAND TOUR DATES

CLARENCE ST. THEATRE, HAMILTON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30
BRUCE MASON CENTRE, AUCKLAND SUNDAY OCTOBER 1
*New Show Added: 1.30pm
THEATRE ROYAL, NEW PLYMOUTH WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4
OPERA HOUSE, WELLINGTON SATURDAY OCTOBER 7
REGENT THEATRE, PALMERSTON NORTH SUNDAY OCTOBER 8
MUNICIPAL THEATRE, NAPIER TUESDAY OCTOBER 10
CIVIC THEATRE, INVERCARGILL THURSDAY OCTOBER 12
ISAAC THEATRE ROYAL, CHRISTCHURCH SATURDAY OCTOBER 14
TOWN HALL, DUNEDIN SUNDAY OCTOBER 15

For complete tour and ticket information, visit: www.horrible-histories.co.uk & www.livenation.co.nz

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