War horse rides to victory at Tony awards
Made famous in part by the life sized horse puppets the play tells about a young boy and his horse in World War I.
First stop was Broadway and as it soon became apparent that there was no need to worry.
Almost as soon as it had arrived the play had won critical acclaim and pulled in large audiences.
Now the play has won recognition for its stateside success, winning five Tony awards in New York, including Best Play.
The play is set to go on a 20-city US tour and will also be staged across the world, with audience in Canada and Australia awaiting its arrival. There are also rumours that a Japanese production is at the discussions stage.
Fans are also awaiting the release of a film version directed by Steven Spielberg, staring Benedict Cumberbatch and Emily Watson.
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