Tag: Michael Morpurgo

Competition – Win two tickets to see War Horse

This Competition is Closed: War Horse at The Brighton Centre Thursday 25th January 2018 at 7.30pm The National Theatre’s acclaimed production of War Horse is coming to Brighton The National Theatre’s acclaimed production of War Horse, embarks on a major tour of the UK, coming to The Brighton Centre from 25th January to 10th February 2018. The tour […]

Running Wild

Running Wild Regents Park Open Air Theatre Inner Circle, Regent’s Park, London, NW1 4NU Genre: Play Booking period: 13 May – 12 Jun 2016   By Michael Morpurgo In an adaptation by Samuel Adamson A co-production between Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre & Chichester Festival Theatre For lovers of Michael Morpurgo books, this stunning production […]

War Horse | Tour Dates

The National Theatre announces a UK tour of their acclaimed production of Michael Morpurgo’s WAR HORSE   The National Theatre’s acclaimed production of War Horse, has announced it’s tour dates and there are TWO in the South East 😀 Tour Dates Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, (15 September – 14 October 2017). Bristol Hippodrome (18 October – […]

Running Wild

Chichester Festival Theatre | Cass Sculpture Foundation | 2nd August – 16th August 2015

Running Wild

 

by Michael Morpurgo

adapted by Samuel Adamson

 

‘Mum and Dad would have loved this. Except… I’m here with you, Oona. Because… you’re who I need now. As long as I’m with you, I’m OK. Maybe one day you’ll carry me out of this jungle like you carried me in.’

Following the tragic death of his father, everyone is keen to help young Will. When his grandmother suggests an Indonesian holiday it’s a dream opportunity to encounter the elephants he adores and learn about his own heritage.

No-one could foresee the world-changing events of Boxing Day 2004. Or the remarkable elephant who would carry Will deep into the jungle after the Tsunami.

But before he can allow the orangutans, monkeys, snakes and other animals to heal his wounds, he has to escape the hunters and their terrifying boss, the evil palm oil king, Mr Anthony.

This thrilling and touching tale of healing and the power of nature is set in the magnificent landscape of Cass Sculpture Foundation, against the backdrop of monumental sculptures and dramatic settings.

rw 022 Chichester Festival Theatre's Running Wild. Photo Mike Eddowes compressedDirected by Dale Rooks, this promenade production captures the story through a montage of haunting soundscapes, jungle beats, chants and magnificent life-size puppetry by former War Horse puppeteers, Finn Caldwell and Toby Olié. Rooks’ previous credits include last year’s acclaimed The Hundred and One Dalmatians and the promenade production of Noah (2012). Caldwell and Olié’s most recent work includes The Light Princess and The Elephantom for the National Theatre.

The audience will follow the production on foot through a variety of locations, including some steep and uneven ground.

Suitable for children aged 7+.

Sponsored by | Kenwood Mercer, University of Chichester

Supported by Running Wild Commissioning Circle

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Running Wild

Chichester Festival Theatre | Cass Sculpture Foundation | 2nd August – 16th August 2015

Running Wild

 

by Michael Morpurgo

adapted by Samuel Adamson

 

‘Mum and Dad would have loved this. Except… I’m here with you, Oona. Because… you’re who I need now. As long as I’m with you, I’m OK. Maybe one day you’ll carry me out of this jungle like you carried me in.’

Following the tragic death of his father, everyone is keen to help young Will. When his grandmother suggests an Indonesian holiday it’s a dream opportunity to encounter the elephants he adores and learn about his own heritage.

No-one could foresee the world-changing events of Boxing Day 2004. Or the remarkable elephant who would carry Will deep into the jungle after the Tsunami.

But before he can allow the orangutans, monkeys, snakes and other animals to heal his wounds, he has to escape the hunters and their terrifying boss, the evil palm oil king, Mr Anthony.

This thrilling and touching tale of healing and the power of nature is set in the magnificent landscape of Cass Sculpture Foundation, against the backdrop of monumental sculptures and dramatic settings.

rw 022 Chichester Festival Theatre's Running Wild. Photo Mike Eddowes compressedDirected by Dale Rooks, this promenade production captures the story through a montage of haunting soundscapes, jungle beats, chants and magnificent life-size puppetry by former War Horse puppeteers, Finn Caldwell and Toby Olié. Rooks’ previous credits include last year’s acclaimed The Hundred and One Dalmatians and the promenade production of Noah (2012). Caldwell and Olié’s most recent work includes The Light Princess and The Elephantom for the National Theatre.

The audience will follow the production on foot through a variety of locations, including some steep and uneven ground.

Suitable for children aged 7+.

Sponsored by | Kenwood Mercer, University of Chichester

Supported by Running Wild Commissioning Circle

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Running Wild

Chichester Festival Theatre | Cass Sculpture Foundation | 2nd August – 16th August 2015

Running Wild

 

by Michael Morpurgo

adapted by Samuel Adamson

 

‘Mum and Dad would have loved this. Except… I’m here with you, Oona. Because… you’re who I need now. As long as I’m with you, I’m OK. Maybe one day you’ll carry me out of this jungle like you carried me in.’

Following the tragic death of his father, everyone is keen to help young Will. When his grandmother suggests an Indonesian holiday it’s a dream opportunity to encounter the elephants he adores and learn about his own heritage.

No-one could foresee the world-changing events of Boxing Day 2004. Or the remarkable elephant who would carry Will deep into the jungle after the Tsunami.

But before he can allow the orangutans, monkeys, snakes and other animals to heal his wounds, he has to escape the hunters and their terrifying boss, the evil palm oil king, Mr Anthony.

This thrilling and touching tale of healing and the power of nature is set in the magnificent landscape of Cass Sculpture Foundation, against the backdrop of monumental sculptures and dramatic settings.

rw 022 Chichester Festival Theatre's Running Wild. Photo Mike Eddowes compressedDirected by Dale Rooks, this promenade production captures the story through a montage of haunting soundscapes, jungle beats, chants and magnificent life-size puppetry by former War Horse puppeteers, Finn Caldwell and Toby Olié. Rooks’ previous credits include last year’s acclaimed The Hundred and One Dalmatians and the promenade production of Noah (2012). Caldwell and Olié’s most recent work includes The Light Princess and The Elephantom for the National Theatre.

The audience will follow the production on foot through a variety of locations, including some steep and uneven ground.

Suitable for children aged 7+.

Sponsored by | Kenwood Mercer, University of Chichester

Supported by Running Wild Commissioning Circle

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Running Wild

Chichester Festival Theatre | Cass Sculpture Foundation | 2nd August – 16th August 2015

Running Wild

 

by Michael Morpurgo

adapted by Samuel Adamson

 

‘Mum and Dad would have loved this. Except… I’m here with you, Oona. Because… you’re who I need now. As long as I’m with you, I’m OK. Maybe one day you’ll carry me out of this jungle like you carried me in.’

Following the tragic death of his father, everyone is keen to help young Will. When his grandmother suggests an Indonesian holiday it’s a dream opportunity to encounter the elephants he adores and learn about his own heritage.

No-one could foresee the world-changing events of Boxing Day 2004. Or the remarkable elephant who would carry Will deep into the jungle after the Tsunami.

But before he can allow the orangutans, monkeys, snakes and other animals to heal his wounds, he has to escape the hunters and their terrifying boss, the evil palm oil king, Mr Anthony.

This thrilling and touching tale of healing and the power of nature is set in the magnificent landscape of Cass Sculpture Foundation, against the backdrop of monumental sculptures and dramatic settings.

rw 022 Chichester Festival Theatre's Running Wild. Photo Mike Eddowes compressedDirected by Dale Rooks, this promenade production captures the story through a montage of haunting soundscapes, jungle beats, chants and magnificent life-size puppetry by former War Horse puppeteers, Finn Caldwell and Toby Olié. Rooks’ previous credits include last year’s acclaimed The Hundred and One Dalmatians and the promenade production of Noah (2012). Caldwell and Olié’s most recent work includes The Light Princess and The Elephantom for the National Theatre.

The audience will follow the production on foot through a variety of locations, including some steep and uneven ground.

Suitable for children aged 7+.

Sponsored by | Kenwood Mercer, University of Chichester

Supported by Running Wild Commissioning Circle

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Running Wild

Chichester Festival Theatre | Cass Sculpture Foundation | 2nd August – 16th August 2015

Running Wild

 

by Michael Morpurgo

adapted by Samuel Adamson

 

‘Mum and Dad would have loved this. Except… I’m here with you, Oona. Because… you’re who I need now. As long as I’m with you, I’m OK. Maybe one day you’ll carry me out of this jungle like you carried me in.’

Following the tragic death of his father, everyone is keen to help young Will. When his grandmother suggests an Indonesian holiday it’s a dream opportunity to encounter the elephants he adores and learn about his own heritage.

No-one could foresee the world-changing events of Boxing Day 2004. Or the remarkable elephant who would carry Will deep into the jungle after the Tsunami.

But before he can allow the orangutans, monkeys, snakes and other animals to heal his wounds, he has to escape the hunters and their terrifying boss, the evil palm oil king, Mr Anthony.

This thrilling and touching tale of healing and the power of nature is set in the magnificent landscape of Cass Sculpture Foundation, against the backdrop of monumental sculptures and dramatic settings.

rw 022 Chichester Festival Theatre's Running Wild. Photo Mike Eddowes compressedDirected by Dale Rooks, this promenade production captures the story through a montage of haunting soundscapes, jungle beats, chants and magnificent life-size puppetry by former War Horse puppeteers, Finn Caldwell and Toby Olié. Rooks’ previous credits include last year’s acclaimed The Hundred and One Dalmatians and the promenade production of Noah (2012). Caldwell and Olié’s most recent work includes The Light Princess and The Elephantom for the National Theatre.

The audience will follow the production on foot through a variety of locations, including some steep and uneven ground.

Suitable for children aged 7+.

Sponsored by | Kenwood Mercer, University of Chichester

Supported by Running Wild Commissioning Circle

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