Children’s Touring Partnership announces the full cast for the first UK tour of Michael Morpurgo’s Running Wild. The stage adaptation by Samuel Adamson, seen last summer at London’s Open Air Theatre, launches from Chichester Festival Theatre on 10 February 2017.
Coming of age, grief, overcoming prejudice and the creation of myth are dominant themes in Danyah Miller’s solo adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s novel for young people.
Emma Rice’s production based on Michael Morpurgo’s novel The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips is now playing at Shakespeare’s Globe until 11 September 2016. But what have critics said about it
Michael Morpurgo’s tale is brought to life in Samuel Adamson’s adaptation – but what have critics made of it? Running Wild continues at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre until 12 June 2016.
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The National Theatre’s acclaimed production of War Horse, begins a major tour of the UK on 15 September 2017 at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury, where it will run until 14 October 2017. War Horse will then tour to the Bristol Hippodrome (18 October – 11 November 2017), the Empire Theatre, Liverpool (15 November – 2 December 2017), New Theatre, …
The Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park announces its summer 2016 season, including a new Michael Morpurgo puppet adaptation, a return of Shakespeare and a Park debut for Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Rufus Norris, Director of the National Theatre, has announced some forthcoming productions for 2016, as well as the closure of War Horse in the West End next year.
Artistic director Paul Miller announces a season of collaborations, rediscoveries and new work at south London’s Orange Tree Theatre, building on the success of his inaugural season which attracted over 40,000 people to the 168-seat venue (90% capacity), with nearly 1 in 3 people new to the Theatre (45% for Pomona) and over 2,000 discounted seats sold to under 30s. …
Straight after coming home from seeing War Horse, the now annual National Theatre production based on a children’s book and designed for family audiences, I went online to book tickets to see it again, this time with my partner, parents and older brother (who is a vet and has specialised in working with horses). So should you, before it sells out completely – and it will.
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