War Horse Tickets

Troubadour Theatre - Wembley, Wembley
War Horse
Troubadour Theatre - Wembley, Wembley
Our Review 5 / 5
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The National Theatre's smash-hit production of War Horse is set to be revived in London, playing at the brand new Troubadour Theatre in Wembley Park from 18th October to 23rd November 2019. Tickets go on sale on Friday 15th February. 

At the outbreak of World War One, Joey, young Albert’s beloved horse, is sold to the cavalry and shipped to France. He’s soon caught up in enemy fire, and fate takes him on an extraordinary odyssey, serving on both sides before finding himself alone in no man’s land. But Albert cannot forget Joey and, still not old enough to enlist, he embarks on a treacherous mission to find him and bring him home.

War Horse ran at the New London Theatre in the West End from 23rd March 2009 to 12th March 2016, and was revived in the Lyttelton at the National Theatre in late 2018. 

Previews from |
8th November 2018
Booking from |
12th November 2019
Available until |
23rd November 2019
Run time |
2 hours 45 minutes including interval
Categories |
No under 5's. Reccomended Age 10+.
Director:
Marianne Elliott and Tom Morris

Troubadour Theatre - Wembley Venue Information

Address:
Troubadour Theatre - Wembley, Fulton Road, Wembley, London, HA9 8TS
Nearest tube:
Wembley Park

Customer reviews

Our Review of War Horse

Every stage production is unique. Even plays or musicals that are produced frequently all have their own individuality and bring something fresh to the theatre if only because each has a different cast and a different director with a different vision. Comparing productions often seems grossly unfair when such a great deal of skill and sweat goes into staging any work. But every now and then something really different pops up to charm, delight and truly amaze. The National's new... Read more

5/5

What the popular press had to say... "If ever a piece of theatre worked magic then it must be War Horse...The key to the show’s almost eerie success is its creation of larger-than-horse-life equines — the puppet-contraptions, Joey and Topthorn."Nicholas De Jongh for The Evening Standard Read more

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