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Farm Boy

Farm Boy

Duration: 60 mins

A Lichfield Garrick production

MICHAEL MORPURGO’S

FARM BOY

Adapted & Directed by Daniel Buckroyd

It sometimes felt as though time had stood still down on the farm - the old Fordson tractor quietly rusting away at the back of the barn, Grandpa tending his chickens - that is, until the summer his grandson came to stay and the old man started telling stories of what it had been like when he was a boy.

Following successful UK tours and a critically acclaimed run in New York, Michael Morpurgo's compelling sequel to 'War Horse' returns to the stage in this delightful, family-friendly show combining drama, storytelling and original music - a moving account of the changing face of the English countryside and a beautifully-crafted reminder that stories really can reach out across the generations.


Cast

Alan Booty – Grandpa

Jonathan Houlston – Grandson

Creative Team

Original Composer – Matt Marks

Musical Direction & Arrangements – John Chambers

Set & Costume Design – Fi Russell

Lighting Design – Barry Smith

  • Tue 5 Mar 6:30 PM £15
  • Wed 6 Mar 6:30 PM £15
  • Thu 7 Mar 6:30 PM £15
  • Fri 8 Mar 11:00 AM £15 (£10 for Schools Parties)
  • Fri 8 Mar 6:30 PM £15
  • Sat 9 Mar 2:30 PM £15
  • Sat 9 Mar 6:30 PM £15
  • Sun 10 Mar 2:30 PM £15

PERFORMANCES:

6.30pm - 29th Feb - 2nd March & 5th - 9th March

2.30pm - 2nd & 3rd March, 9th & 10th March

(9th March, 2.30pm - BSL Performance)


11am - 5th - 8th March (Schools performances)

School Prices | School performances are listed as such. If you wish to book on behalf of a school, please email the Box Office at garrick@lichfieldgarrick.com 

PRICES:

£15 | Standard

£10 | Schools


Recommended for children aged 8+ and families



  • Absolutely spellbinding
    WhatsOnStage


  • Compelling, absorbing and tender, Farm Boy revels in the power of a tale well told!
    Time Out New York


  • If you liked Michael Morpurgo's War Horse, then this is a must-see sequel!
    Daily Mail