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Live Horrible Histories Show @ QPAC

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The time has come to meet people from the past, far beyond the grave... live on stage!

Horrible Histories, QPAC, live show, awful Egyptians
Live on Stage!

Horrible Histories is performing in Brisbane, bringing all those gruesome and awesome facts about history live on stage.

From the Awesome Egyptian events to Phascinating Pharaohs to the Power of Pyramids, discover all the foul facts in this live stage show using actors and amazing 3D effects. Treat your kids to an unforgettable experience as they watch history come alive in all its gruesomeness.

Horrible Histories is based on a series of books (and TV shows) that are aimed at making history interesting for kids (big and small alike).

Horrible Histories, QPAC, live show, awful Egyptians
fun way to learn history

All my kids (ranging from 16 to 8 years old) love reading and watching the Horrible Histories Series. Even mum and dad quite enjoy it.

Friday 13 until Sunday 15 June
2 hour performance including 20 minute interval
Prices range from $39 to $59
Book your tickets today.

More information
For more information check out their website.

How to get there:
QPAC is located on the corner of Grey and Melbourne Streets, South Bank, Queensland, Australia.

For more information on public transport, parking etc please go to the website.

Stay on for lunch or dinner:
QPAC is located in the Southbank precinct with many places to eat and drink. You can either pack a picnic and BYO or make a booking at one of the many restaurants. Within QPAC, there are eating options which can be located here.

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Why? Learn about history
When: 13 - 15 June 2014
Where: QPAC
Cost: $39 to $59 per person
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