Michael Morpurgo makes an appearance on Broadway


The National Theatre production of War Horse at New York City’s Lincoln Center Theater has received a phenomenal critical response since it opened in April 2011, winning an incredible five Tonys – including the award for Best Play – triumphing in every category for which it was nominated.

Here are some of the reviews received so far:

‘Theatrical magic. Captivating.’
New York Times

‘His name is Joey, and he makes two of the most sensational stage entrances Broadway has ever seen.’

‘A landmark theatre event. Thrilling.’

‘Exhilarating. Directed with poetic ingenuity, full of breathtaking moments.’
New York Post

‘Spellbinding. Enormous power and imagination. Runs full gallop with theatrical magic. Epic, intimate and compels you to hold your breath in anticipation. Its themes of love, war and the life-sustaining bond between people and animals speaks to audiences of every age.’
New York Daily News

‘A blast of pure theatrical imagination. Awe-inspiring.’

Find out more and book at www.warhorseonbroadway.com

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