Joey, the life-sized horse puppet from the National Theatre’s acclaimed play War Horse, visited Wembley Park to celebrate today’s general public on sale of War Horse coming to the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre this autumn.
Having visited 11 countries around the world and playing to nearly 8 million people over the past 11 years, including a recent sold-out return to the National Theatre, the NT’s War Horse is now on a UK and international tour throughout 2019 and as part of the tour, will return to London for a strictly limited run at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre, located in North West London’s newest cultural neighbourhood, from 18 October – 23 November.
Tickets for the limited six week run are now on sale and include a Captioned performance on Saturday 2 November 2pm, a BSL performance on Saturday 9 November 2pm signed by Donna Ruane and an Audio Described performance on Saturday 16 November 2pm plus a 12 noon Touch Tour.
Troubadour Theatres, who specialise in the creation of temporary and semi-permanent theatre venues including Kings Cross Theatre, will open Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre this summer. The six week run of War Horse will include a programme of activity which engages with schools and the local community in Brent in the lead up to the yearlong Brent Borough of Culture collaborative project in 2020.