Queen Victoria never visited her Empire. So, over a century after her death, Victoria Wood is going to go and have a look for her. Humorous and grave in equal measures, her epic journey takes us on a breathtaking tour of the old Empire beginning in India and continuing through Hong Kong, Borneo, Ghana, Jamaica, Newfoundland, New Zealand, Australia and Zambia. Along the way, Victoria surveys the impact of the British abroad: discovering stories of remarkable deeds; listening to long held grievances and visiting some of the fascinating places that the Empire encompassed. From the activities of British women in the lonely summer nights in Darjeeling to headhunters in Borneo; from the slave dungeon in Ghana's Cape Coast Castle to a fairy spotting expedition in Newfoundland and from Ned Kelly's last stand to the amazing Zambian waterfall that bears the Empress's name, Victoria's journey is packed full of surprising discoveries, colourful characters, amazing anecdotes and astonishing experiences.