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War Horse – Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent

Writer: Michael Morpurgo Adaptor: Nick Stafford Original Music: Adrian Sutton Songmaker: John Tams Director :Alex Sims Reviewer: Mel Duncan Earning a well deserved reputation as a must-see piece of theatre, and having allowed over 5 million individuals the privilege of the experience (half of the number of the fighting force lost worldwide in the conflict depicted), WarHorse is a prolific ...

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War Horse – Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Writer: Michael Morpurgo Adaptor: Nick Stafford Directors: Marianne Elliott &Tom Morris Reviewer: Chris Williams The National Theatre’s blockbuster stage version of Michael Morpugo’s novel gallops into Cardiff’s Wales Millennium Centre to rapturous, and emotional, audience approval. The plot is a simple one – simple is often the best, and to be fair much of the play’s success is down to ...

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Where’s Father Christmas – Oxford Playhouse, Burton Taylor Studio

Writer and Director: Helen Eastman Reviewer: David Aldridge [Rating: 4] This production is probably best described as a live, interactive experience for young children (the age range suggested in the promotional material, 3 to 6 years, gets it about right). Audience members (apprentice wrappers) are greeted and led to the "wrapping room", where they find the intimate space of the ...

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