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Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors "The central performances are suitably indelicate and very funny...Young children should prepare for a scare; these effects knock your socks off just when you were thinking it was all jaw and no gore."
Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors is a 2005 stage show which is part of the Horrible Histories franchise. It is one of the "Live on Stage" theatre shows produced by the Birmingham Stage Company. It was released alongside . The running time for both shows is "approximately 2 hours including a 15-minute interval". "Terrible Tudors" and "Vile Victorians" in bogglevision visited theatres around Britain in 2010 in a production from the Birmingham Stage Company. These plays were written by Terry and were a hit in their 2006 tour. The show premiered at the Civic Theatre, Darlington on 20 Sep 2005.
Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors The stage show is directed by Phil Clark, written by Terry Deary, and produced by the Birmingham Stage Company. It was designed by Jacqueline Trousdale, its music is by Matthew Scott, and the 3D Bogglevision special effects are by Amazing Interactives. Its Regent Theatre cast included: Pip Chamberlin, Lynette Clarke, Laura Crowhurst, and Simon Lloyd.
Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors British Theatre Guide wrote "Terrible Tudors is yet another historical hit from the Birmingham Stage Company. Not only do they demonstrate that history can be fun, but that Theatre in Education is so much more than morals and messages. History, by its very nature, is theatrical and with a never ending stream of possible topics, long may Horrible Histories continue to enlighten and frighten its audience." The Stage said
Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors Carole Green of the BBC reviewed the "Terrible Tudors" play at the Grand Opera House, York (2006). She wrote "It was a wonderful evening, very funny and educational without realising it."
The Birmingham Stage Company The company is strongly associated with the world stage premieres of Horrible Histories including Terrible Tudors, Vile Victorians, Ruthless Romans, Awful Egyptians, Frightful First World War, Woeful Second World War and its record-breaking production of Barmy Britain, which is the longest running children's show in West End history.
Horrible Histories (book series) The first titles in the series, "The Terrible Tudors" and "The Awesome Egyptians", were published in June 1993. As of 2011 with more than 60 titles in the series, the books have sold over 25 million copies in over 30 languages. The books have had tie-ins with newspapers such as "The Telegraph", as well as audio-book tie-ins with breakfast cereals.
Horrible Histories (book series) There has also been a book package released entitled the "Blood Curdling Box Set". It includes the books: Savage Stone Age, Awesome Egyptians, Groovy Greeks, Rotten Romans, Cut-Throat Celts, Smashing Saxons, Vicious Vikings, Stormin Normans, Angry Aztecs, Incredible Incas, Measly Middle Ages, Slimy Stuarts, Terrible Tudors, Gorgeous Georgians, Vile Victorians, Villainous Victorians, Barmy British Empire, Frightful First World War, Woeful Second World War, Blitzed Brits.
Horrible Histories: Vile Victorians Horrible Histories: Vile Victorians is a 2005 stage show, which is part of the "Live on Stage" series in the Horrible Histories franchise. The show was created by the Birmingham Stage Company. It was released along with . Both of the shows run at 2 hours. including a 15-minute interval. "Terrible Tudors" and "Vile Victorians" in bogglevision visited theatres around Britain in 2010 in a production from the Birmingham Stage Company. These plays were written by Terry and were a hit in their 2006 tour. The show premiered at the Civic Theatre, Darlington on 20 Sep 2005.
Horrible Histories Horrible Histories first began as a book series. The series began in 1993 with "The Terrible Tudors" and "The Awful Egyptians", and the following titles continued the trend to describe British history through the context of the ruling dynasties, as well as explore significant worldwide cultures (often within the context of British history such as the Viking and Roman conquests on the British Isles). A series of specials and novelty books have been released, and the last book was announced to be released in 2013.