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Day 15

Take a trip to the Cambridge Corn Exchange for a Horrible Christmas!

Monday 14 December 2015 to Saturday 9 January 2016
Horrible Histories proudly presents the terrible tale of Christmas as it’s never been told before!

From Victorian villains to Medieval monks, Puritan parties to Tudor treats, join us on an hair-raising adventure through the history of Christmas in the company of Charles Dickens, Oliver Cromwell, King Henry VIII, St Nicholas and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer!

It’s a horrible history of Christmas that’s going to send you crackers!

For more production shots click here.

“Sensational! This action-packed festive adventure is a romp from start to finish!” - Derby Telegraph

“A wildly funny show with beautiful costumes, magical lighting and enchanting settings. Excellent!”
The Stage

“An inspired comedy guaranteed to put a smile on your face!” - Burton Mail

 

For more information and to book please visit the Cambridge Corn Exchange website.

 

 

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