The acclaimed story of humanity and enduring friendship from the perspective of one extraordinary horse.
Before the Steven Spielberg film, before the National Theatre production, there was the classic children's novel... War Horse.
Michael Morpurgo reads his poignant and emotionally-charged novel accompanied by the BASE Philharmonic Orchestra, featuring Adrian Sutton's specially-arranged score, inspired by the music from the National Theatre production of War Horse. The concert is accompanied by video artwork and projected drawings from Olivier, Tony and OBIE award-winning British designer Rae Smith re-creating her stunning illustrations from Morpurgo's book.
Young Albert's beloved horse Joey is sold to the cavalry and shipped to France where he witnesses the brutality of World War I from both sides. Even in the desolation of the trenches, Joey's courage touches all those around him.
War Horse is the powerful story of deep friendship surviving in terrible times - the tragedy of war and the beauty of peace.
Don't miss out on War Horse - the original story, as told by the author himself.
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