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Horrible Histories returns with Groovy Greeks and Incredible Invaders.

THE Birmingham Stage Company returns to the New Theatre with its hugely-successful family show Horrible Histories. From Tuesday, November 17 to Saturday, November 21, 2015, the horrible historians will be taking a hilarious tongue-in-cheek look at Groovy Greeks and Incredible Invaders.

Groovy Greeks will take the audience through a history of Ancient Greece, from savage Sparta to angry Athens. As well as seeing the Greeks take on the Trojans and the Persians, audience members will get the chance to compete in the first-ever Olympic Games, appear in the very first play and come face-to-face with Zeus and the Minotaur.

Incredible Invaders will introduce children to the ruthless Romans, the savage Saxons and the vicious Vikings.

The exciting show will take audiences behind Hadrian's Wall and along to Sutton Hoo. Caratacus will try to stop the Romans crunching his Celts and King Alfred will try not to burn his buns.

Horrible Histories is a unique theatrical experience that appeals to children and adults alike. Using live actors and their patented 3D Bogglevision, historical figures and events are brought magically to life. All tickets are PS11 for children under the age of 16.

Tickets are on sale now from PS11-PS21*. For further details about the show or to book tickets visit www.newtheatrecardiff.co.uk or call the box office on 029 2087 8889.

*Bookings are subject to a Ticketing Service Charge (exemptions apply).

HORRIBLE HISTORIES New Theatre, Cardiff Tuesday, November 17 - Saturday, November 21, 2015 Groovy Greeks Tuesday 7pm; Wednesday 10.30am; Thursday 7pm; Friday 10.30am; Saturday 11am Incredible Invaders Wednesday 1.30pm; Thursday 10.30am; Friday 7pm; Saturday 2.30pm

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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Nov 6, 2015
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