WAR HORSE Hosts Opening Night Party at Arts Centre Melbourne on New Year's Eve
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by BWW News Desk
Arts Centre Melbourne is offering audiences the chance to ring in the New Year with Joey, everyone's favourite War Horse. A strictly limited number of tickets to War Horse and the Official War Horse Opening Night Party on New Year's Eve are now on sale, offering fans a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to attend the Australian premiere of the production. They will then then rub shoulders (or manes) with War Horse cast members, including the life-sized horse puppet Joey, and wine and dine with some of Australia's entertainment royalty at the exclusive after-party.
To be held at Arts Centre Melbourne's ANZ Pavilion following the War Horse opening night performance in the State Theatre, the Official War Horse Opening Night Party also offers attendees a perfect view of Melbourne's skyline and the traditional City of Melbourne New Year's Eve Fireworks from the private terrace and balcony.
A portion of the ticket price will help support Arts Centre Melbourne's Families and Youth program, a year-round catalogue of performing arts, workshops and events to engage our community's youngest arts connoisseurs.
The National Theatre of Great Britain's smash hit production, War Horse, is set to be the hottest show of summer. Since its world premiere in London in 2007, War Horse has won numerous prestigious awards including two Laurence Olivier Awards, five Tony Awards and four Outer Critics' Circle Awards amongst a host of others.
Nick Stafford's stage adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's book, War Horse is a magnificent drama, which tells the heart-wrenching story of Joey, the beloved horse of a boy named Albert. Sold to the cavalry at the outbreak of World War I and shipped to France, Joey is soon caught up in enemy fire, and fate takes him on an extraordinary odyssey, serving on both sides before finding himself alone in no man's land. But Albert cannot forget Joey and he embarks on a treacherous mission to find him and bring him home.
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