Terrible Tudors by Birmingham Stage Company Photo by Mark Douet 650 A1760

Horrible Histories – Terrible Tudors

Ever wish you could meet people from history? The trouble is everyone is dead!

Event Info

Date & Time

July 25 - September 01

Running Time 1h10


Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, UK

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7557 6700

Tickets & Prices

But don’t worry—Terrible Tudors is back bringing the iconic Tudor royalty to the West End for its third fantastic year!

Explore the fascinating and gruesome stories of the Tudor dynasty. Learn about the ruthless King Henrys and the end of Queen Elizabeth I. Hear the real tales and the lies) from this infamous period. Find out what happened to Henry VIII's unlucky wives and his conflicts with the Pope. Meet Bloody Mary, see Edward's sudden death, and experience the Spanish Armada's fierce attack!

It’s history with all the horrible bits left in!

Tickets are available now for Horrible Histories – Terrible Tudors at the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue.

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The Apollo Theatre first opened its doors more than a century ago in February 1901. It is a Grade II listed building and one of the most well-known theatres in London’s West End. Based on architect Lewin Sharp’s design, Henry Lowenfield - a Polish-born British businessman and theatrical impresario - commissioned the building's construction. When the theatre officially opened, it became the 4th legitimate venue for theatrical performances to be built on Shaftsbury Avenue.

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