An extra date has been added to the Horrible Histories drive-in panto coming to Warwickshire in the New Year.
Tickets for the festive extravaganza sold out, so organisers have added an extra show.
It will take place at 11am on January 2.
The extra date means there will now be six performances across two days at the NAEC in Stoneleigh, on Saturday January 2 and Sunday January 3.
Organisers have said families can enjoy all the fun of a seasonal panto without leaving their vehicles., in a Covid-19 safe way.
The performance, which has been created through a partnership between the Birmingham Stage Company and Horrible Histories, will take visitors on a spectacular journey.
From Victorian villains to medieval monks, Puritan parties to Tudor treats, it promises to be a hair-raising adventure through the history of Christmas.
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Famous characters in the drama include Charles Dickens, Oliver Cromwell, King Henry VIII and St Nicholas – as they all join forces to save the festive season.
Lynn Gardner at NAEC Stoneleigh, said: “We’re are delighted to be able to host this pantomime and spread a little festive cheer.
“We are fortunate at NAEC Stoneleigh, to have so much outdoor space and with over 19,000 car parking spaces on site, we are the perfect venue to host this event.
“We have been proven over the summer, that we can deliver outdoor events in a safe and secure environment for everyone that visits.”
Horrible Histories actor/manager Neal Foster ( Birmingham Stage Company ) said: “As you’d expect from Horrible Histories, it’s not a traditional pantomime, but a journey through the story of Christmas in the company of the season’s most fabulous characters.”
Based on the best-selling books written by Terry Deary and published by Scholastic, the Birmingham Stage Company first launched Horrible Histories live on stage in 2005 with the world premieres of Terrible Tudors & Vile Victorians.
Since then the company has produced 18 different Horrible shows, performing to over three million people in the UK, including the longest running children’s show in West End history, with its record-breaking series Barmy Britain.
There are limited tickets for each show priced at £47 per car (£2.50 booking fee applies).