Wonderful story, wonderful puppetry, and surprisingly a brass band and singing in places. After half an hour, we forgot the horses were puppets and thought they were real. The acting was brilliant and now we will go and see the film and read the book, we had delayed doing this until we had seen the play.
Go and see it, any seat in the theatre will have a good view, all the seats are staggered.
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