Drive-in Horrible Histories show coming to Knebworth

Horrible Histories Barmy Britain can be seen at Knebworth House.

Horrible Histories Barmy Britain can be seen at Knebworth House.

Another fantastic family drive-in Easter show has been announced for Knebworth House with Horrible Histories Live On Stage coming to Herts.

Due to the demands of children (and their parents) across the land, Car Park Party presents Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain in the grounds of the Hertfordshire stately home on Sunday, April 11.

Horrible Histories Barmy Britain can be seen on stage at Knebworth House.

Horrible Histories Barmy Britain can be seen on stage at Knebworth House. - Credit: Horrible Histories

Tickets are on sale now at carparkparty.com

Safe and socially distanced from the comfort of your car, Horrible Histories is the biggest COVID-secure touring theatre show this Easter.

Knebworth House from the air. Picture: Knebworth House

You can see Horrible Histories' Barmy Britain on stage at Knebworth House this Easter when Car Park Party brings drive-in theatre to the park. - Credit: Knebworth House

Barmy Britain features Queen Boudicca, King Henry VIII, Guy Fawkes, Dick Turpin, Queen Victoria and more historical characters from our barmy past.

Neal Foster, actor/director of the Birmingham Stage Company, said: "I'm over the moon to be back on tour with Barmy Britain after it’s hugely successful tour last summer.

Car Park Party presents Horrible Histories Barmy Britain at Knebworth House.

Car Park Party presents Horrible Histories Barmy Britain at Knebworth House. - Credit: Photo by Mark Douet

"It’s weird and wonderful to be performing in car parks and to see the audience having fun behind their windshields.

"We can’t wait to get back out there.”

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Car Park Party presents live on stage Horrible Histories Barmy Britain at Knebworth House.

Car Park Party presents live on stage Horrible Histories Barmy Britain at Knebworth House. - Credit: Photo by Mark Douet

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Find out at Knebworth House on April 11 at the ultimate Easter family drive-in experience.

One of the UK's best-selling family theatre shows, Car Park Party and award-winning partners Birmingham Stage Company bring you COVID-secure, drive-in performances in Knebworth Park at 2pm and 5pm.

Car Park Party presents Horrible Histories Barmy Britain at Knebworth House.

Car Park Party presents Horrible Histories Barmy Britain live on stage at Knebworth House. - Credit: Photo by Mark Douet

Horrible Histories Live on Stage is based on the bestselling books written by Terry Deary, illustrated by Martin Brown and published by Scholastic.

It first launched in 2005 with the world premieres of Terrible Tudors & Vile Victorians.

Since then, the Birmingham Stage Company has produced 18 different Horrible shows, performing to over three million people in the UK, including the longest running children’s show in West End history, with its record-breaking series Barmy Britain.

Car Park Party presents Horrible Histories Barmy Britain at Knebworth House.

Car Park Party presents Horrible Histories Barmy Britain at Knebworth House. - Credit: Photo by Mark Douet

Tickets for Car Park Party's Easter tour show for David Walliams’ Billionaire Boy at Knebworth on Saturday, April 10 have already sold out.

Events are subject to licence and latest government COVID-19 guidelines.

Tickets are available from www.carparkparty.com starting from £39.50 (plus £2.50 booking fee).

Knebworth House from the air. Picture: Rob Ryder

Knebworth House will host Horrible Histories this Easter. - Credit: Robert Ryder

Horrible Histories Barmy Britain can be seen at Knebworth House.

Horrible Histories Barmy Britain can be seen at Knebworth House.


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