Horrible Histories: The Movie - Rotten Romans

Sat 4 Jul 2020Sun 19 Jul 2020

Session times vary

WA Maritime Museum


In line with WA Government requirements and medical advice, the Museum has a COVID-19 Safety Plan in place and the Museum has been deep cleaned while closed.

We are also offering contact-free activity packages and have removed shared materials from programs and some displays.

Book in soon as numbers are limited to enable physical distancing.

Join us for a movie screening of Rotten Romans. An all-star comedy cast brings this horrible history tale to life on the big screen.

Atti is a Roman teenager with brains but little brawn. When one of his schemes falls foul of the Roman emperor Nero, Atti is forced to join the army and is sent to Britain.

Things go from bad to worse when Atti is captured by Orla, a feisty teenage Celt desperate to prove herself as a warrior.

When the Romans and Celts prepare for combat in the Battle of Watling Street, Atti and Orla find themselves on opposite sides of the battlefield.

For information on ratings and parental guidance visit: IMDB Parents Guide or Common Sense Media listing

Dates: Saturday 4 July- Sunday 19 July
Times: 11am & 2pm
Cost: Free. Museum entry fees apply for adults.
Ages: Rated PG. Recommended for 9+ years
Bookings: Essential. Book by using the below links or by calling 1300 134 081.

Bookings

Please note: Bookings are essential as limited audience numbers are required during these screenings to allow for physical distancing requirements. To confirm your booking registration you must redeem your free session ticket at the Museum at least 20 minutes before the screening time on the day.

11am Saturday 4 July 2pm Saturday 4 July

11am Sunday 5 July 2pm Sunday 5 July

11am Monday 6 July 2pm Monday 6 July

11am Tuesday 7 July 2pm Tuesday 7 July

11am Wednesday 8 July 2pm Wednesday 8 July

11am Thursday 9 July 2pm Thursday 9 J July

11am Friday 10 July 2pm Friday 10 July

11am Saturday 11 July 2pm Saturday 11 July

11am Sunday 12 July 2pm Sunday 12 July

11am Monday 13 July 2pm Monday 13 July

11am Tuesday 14 July 2pm Tuesday 14 July

11am Wednesday 15 July 2pm Wednesday 15 July

11am Thursday 16 July 2pm Thursday 16 July

11am Friday 17 July 2pm Friday 17 July

11am Saturday 18 July 2pm Saturday 18 July

11am Sunday 19 July 2pm Sunday 19 July

All children 12 years and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.


Credit: Horrible Histories One Limited and British Broadcasting Commission MMXIX