The show that has been seen by more than 2.7million theatre goers has been cancelled after a seven year run. The show opened in New London Theatre in March 2009,
The show that has been seen by more than 2.7million theatre goers has been cancelled after a seven year run. The show opened in New London Theatre in March 2009, and sadly it’s been announced
After opening at the National Theatre in 2007, it transferred to the West End two years later, where it has been running ever since and set numerous box office records – a remarkable accomplishment for a …
After seven years of bringing audiences to tears, War Horse will have its final West End performance next year.
The West End production of War Horse, a galloping success for the National Theatre, is to close in 2016 after a seven-year run. The show, based on Michael Morpurgo’s novel, tells the story of Joey
After winning two Laurence Olivier Awards, for Best Theatre Choreographer and Best Set Design, it was revived in 2008 as the ‘mane’ attraction of the Olivier theatre’s winter season before cantering across to the West End. Writer Morpurgo, who has made a cameo appearance in the production, added his congratulations, saying: “So, War Horse gallops on.
The original production of War Horse, that transferred from the National’s Olivier Theatre to the New London Theatre, is to finally shutter March 12, 2016, after a run of eight years during which
Poldark bosses have confirmed that season five will be the BBC One show’s final series and fans have been left devastated over the news.. Talking about the upcoming series, which stars Aidan
UK export War Horse has won five prizes including best play at the Tony Awards in New York, while Briton Mark Rylance won the top acting award for Jerusalem. War Horse, which opened at the
Following 8 record-breaking years in London’s West End and having played in 11 countries around the world to over 7 million people, the National Theatre’s acclaimed play WAR HORSE is …