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The Flight of Babuscha Baboon – Review

Credit: Alex Poll

Pros: A magical experience that will leave you in awe of the skill and mastery that goes into creating marionette theatre. Cons: This is very much a family affair, which can cause some distractions. However, the children’s reaction to the work is beautiful. I can hardly believe my only experience of puppetry has been The Lion King and War Horse. Had I known about the charm of The Puppet Barge, currently docked in Little Venice, I would have visited sooner. Movingstage’s unique floating venue ...

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War Horse, New London Theatre – Review

Michael Morpurgo, adapted by Nick Stafford Directed by Marianne Elliot and Tom Morris ★★★★★ Pros: A stunning play packed with emotion, talent and humanity. Cons: The ending moment perhaps lacked some of the emotion it had been built up to produce. Our Verdict: The play that theatre has been waiting for. Simply breathtaking. Credit: Brinkhoff/Mögenburg Michael Morpurgo wrote War Horse with the intention of telling the story of the First World War through the eyes of a horse, so that ...

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War Horse gallops to number one! – Sponsored

War Horse

With over 200 theatre venues and over 32,000 theatrical performances each year, London has one of the highest theatre attendances in the world. When investing time and money in going to see a show, theatre-goers need to know that their hard-earned cash is going to be well spent. So which show is taking the West End by storm at the moment?  TicketTree.com, a leading theatre break specialist, reveals that War Horse, set in the conflict of 1914 England, has had an ...

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