The National Theatres Triumphant Production
Based on Michael Morgurgos 1982 childrens novel, War Horse is the story of Joey, a horse belonging to a young boy called Albert, who is sold to the cavalry during the first World War. His adventure sees him fight on both sides before he eventually finds himself alone in no mans land. Albert, unable and unwilling to forget his beloved horse and too young to join up, sets out on a dangerous mission to find Joey and bring him home.
Adapted for stage by Nick Stafford, War Horse premiered at the National Theatre in October 2007. A sell-out success bolstered by rapturous reviews, every aspect of the production was critically lauded, most notably the unique use of life size puppets created and operated by South Africas Handspring Puppet Company. War Horse returned to the National by popular demand and repeated its triumph in September 2008. Since its West End transfer in 2009 the show has gone from strength to strength. A Broadway version opened in April 2011 and picked up five Tony Awards, including Best Play.
Household Cavalry Free Ticket Terms & Conditions:
- Free ticket for the Household Cavalry with every top price, full price, ticket sold for War Horse on Monday to Thursday performances until 28 November 2013.
- Excludes meal packages.
- Your theatre ticket is valid only for the time and date booked. Your Household Cavalry ticket can be used until 28 November 2013.
- Book by 30th June.
Audio described performances:
Saturday 27 July 2013 at 2.30pm
Saturday 20 July 2013 at 2.30pm
Sign language interpreted performances:
Saturday 8 June at 2.30pm
Hush - Holborn
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War Horse Tickets