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Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain at The Turbine Theatre

Over 4 days, Horrible Histories is showing on the Jetty with its West End production of Barmy Britain.

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The Turbine Theatre at Battersea Power Station has moved outdoors as part of  Summer Showtime on The Coaling Jetty.

From 26-29 August, Horrible Histories is showing on the Jetty with its West End production of Barmy Britain. It’s the history of Britain with the nasty bits left in! Produced by the Birmingham Stage Company with Morgan Philpott and Neal Foster.

Grab a craft beer from resident brewers Battersea Brewery, frosé from Vagabond Wines, or refreshing cocktails from Birdies and the all-important popcorn and sweets from Archlight Cinema. Plus, the cafes and restaurants in Circus West Village are open for a pre- or post-show meal. Find out more about special ‘eat out’ offers on the Battersea Power Station website.

Each show lasts 70 minutes without an interval.


Address:
The Coaling Jetty, Circus West Village, Battersea Power Station, SW8 4NN

Nearest train/tube:
Vauxhall, Queenstown Road, Battersea Park

Visit Event Web Link

Start date: 26/08/2020
End date: 29/08/2020
Open from 10:30 to 16:30


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