Saturday, September 11, 2010


As with so many things, I was a little apprehensive of WARHORSE at first, hearing that it was a "puppet show," but I am open to just about anything, so I went. Oh and it was worth every single minute! It is a story about a horse during the Great War--sounds strange, and it is, the horse is a puppet propelled by 3 puppeteers--but by the end I was bawling, it was that good. You totally forget that the horse is a puppet, it becomes absolutely real. It was quite fun to see a completely different perspective of the war. I totally loved it. SO GOOD. I would recommend it to everyone.

And you know where the National Theatre is? On Drury Lane! No Muffin Men though...

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