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Tickets to award-winning 'War Horse' on sale Saturday

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War Horse tells the story of Joey, the beloved horse of a boy, who is sold to the cavalry at the outbreak of the First World War.

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War Horse tells the story of Joey, the beloved horse of a boy, who is sold to the cavalry at the outbreak of the First World War.

Tickets for War Horse — the 2011 Tony Award-winning stage epic making its Winnipeg debut June 18-22 — go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. at all Ticketmaster locations.

The price range is $35-$116 for seats to see this unique theatrical spectacle scheduled for seven performances at the Centennial Concert Hall this summer. War Horse is based on Michael Morpurgo’s popular novel War Horse, about an English teen named Albert who raises Joey, a spirited foal. After his father sells Joey to the army for service in the First World War, Albert sets out to find him in war-torn Europe.

The standout aspect of the production is how life-size horses seem to come alive through the efforts of a skilled teams of puppeteers. War Horse has been seen by over four million people worldwide.

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