Barmy Britain - Part Three!
“The Horrible Histories stage shows have become a bit of a British institution. It’s not hard to spot why. The Rik Mayall-esque Spargo and Foster are a brilliant comic act: think Fry and Laurie, mixed with Little Britain and a dash of Monty Python. It’s sparky, cheeky and covered in poo!”
“The children sing along to the zippy songs with glee, especially the fabulous Puritan Rag. They’ll be enthralled by this all-singing, all-dancing historical sketch show. Horrible, it is.”
“Anarchic, cheeky, illuminating fun - a little fact-packed gem. The actors are a hoot, funny and sharp, delivering the one-liners with excellent timing. Here’s a show that has brains (with the winning mix of fart-jokes) aplenty”
Time Out - No.1 Critic's Choice
“A hilarious journey through Britain's barmy history. Superb!”
What’s On Stage
“Barmy Britain returns to the West End with another fact-filled hit that makes our nation’s past look preposterous!”
Official London Theatre
“Clever, funny and educational - highly recommended for children and adults of all ages!
West End Wilma
“A slick two-hander that’s immaculately stage-managed from a versatile pair with a terrific fund of voices and accents. Hilarious!”
“This is educational entertainment for kids at its best!”
“Anthony Spargo and Neal Foster illuminate the space with eccentricity, humour and a dynamicism that has the audience gripped from start to finish”
“A perfect treat for just about any child. The young audience members in attendance adore the show”.
The Public Reviews
“The very talented cast of Horrible Histories delighted the audience from beginning to end. All poo references were met with delight from a hypnotised audience.”
“A roller coaster ride through time, featuring fascinating facts, hilarious songs, with the ball of energy never dipping for a single second. Both children and grownups laughed their socks off from start to finish. This isn't your average children's show - it's educational, enjoyable and - most importantly - a real hoot!”
West End Frame