About Horrible Christmas

Alexandra Palace Theatre, London
Booking to 30 December 2018
No longer booking

Horrible Histories proudly presents the terrific tale of Christmas in the triumphant re-opening of Alexandra Palace.

When Christmas comes under threat from a jolly man dressed in red, it’s up to one young boy to save the day – but can he save Christmas? From Victorian villains to Medieval monks, Puritan parties to Tudor treats, join us on a 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 as they all join forces to save the festive season!

It’s a celebration of Christmas in the most wonderful, wildly funny and moving way you’ll ever see!

Don’t miss the hilarious history of Christmas – as Horrible Histories – present Horrible Christmas at the Alexandra Palace

Horrible Christmas is booking from 11 December 2018 until 30 December 2018 at Alexandra Palace, London.

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Show Information

Performance dates
Booking to 30 December 2018

Venue Information

Alexandra Palace Theatre, Alexandra Palace Way , London, N22 7AY
Nearest Tube or Train: Alexandra Palace
Nearest Buses: W3 or Shuttle Bus

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1 thought on “Horrible Christmas”

  1. Lee Coventry-Walsh

    I saw this production last night with my kids, they loved it. However I was really surprised and disappointed to witness an all white cast putting on fake turkish accents and appropriating british caribbean accents during a ‘rap’ number. The content itself was fine, and I would argue there is absolutely no reason to also ‘fake’ an accent, it would have been just as funny and entertaining without it and less offensive. As a white person in the audience, I was really embarrassed.

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