War Horse at the New London Theatre

based on the novel War Horse, by Michael Morpurgo
adapted by Nick Stafford
In association with Handspring Puppet Company

The international smash-hit stage production.

Final West End performance on 12 March 2016

Suitable for 10yrs+

War Horse final performance 12 March 2016

War Horse at the New London Theatre

Final West End extension announced

The National Theatre's epic production of War Horse is playing at the New London Theatre, Drury Lane, now booking to its final West End performance; 12 March 2016.

Based on the celebrated novel by the Children's Laureate (2003-05) Michael Morpurgo, the actors, working with magnificent, life-sized puppets by the internationally renowned Handspring Puppet Company, lead us on a gripping journey through history.

Please note: Where tickets are not available on this website, there may be availability from See Tickets (please note: booking fees apply)

 

A special event to celebrate War Horse

War Horse: The Final Farewell

Sat 12 March, 5.15pm (45mins), New London Theatre, £4/£3
Prior to the final performance on 12 March, members of the creative team reunite to talk about how they brought a little-known children’s novel of a boy and his horse to the stage, and its eight-year journey to becoming both the National Theatre’s most successful show and an international phenomenon.
 
 

The Chinese Production of War Horse is currently playing in Beijing and began performances in Shanghai on 16 November 2015. Visit the War Horse website for full details of all productions.

Visit War Horse website

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