Spirit of the Horse comes to Arley Hall | Knutsford Times

Spirit of the Horse comes to Arley Hall

By on May 28, 2018

For the first time in 10 years, Europe’s greatest equestrian theatre show Spirit of the Horse is coming to Arley Hall with a spectacular new production for 2018.

Starring more than 20 magnificent horses from six countries in its own stunning 2,000-seat Equestrian Theatre touring arena, the lavish show with the must-see factor is at Arley Hall, Northwich from Thursday 28th June to Sunday 1st July.

Choreographed to a specially-arranged musical score, blending spectacle, dramatic action, humour, poetic motion, and awe-inspiring lighting effects, Spirit of the Horse weaves the magic of myth and legend through man’s bonding with his oldest and most trusted ally – the horse.

Featuring a cast of equestrian stars including the legendary Spanish Dancing Horses, with their unique style, flair and passion; the thrilling Russian Cossack riders performing high-speed colourful and dramatic stunt riding – the like of which is usually confined to the realms of digital video effects; and the return of one of the most popular characters in the show’s history… the fabled Pegasus – the fabulous winged horse.

Staged in the superb Equestrian Touring Theatre specially designed for Spirit of the Horse by the world’s leading makers of contemporary tensile structures, with state of the art lighting and sound, this is truly a world-class show appealing to all ages – and not just those who enthuse about horses.

Firmly established as one of the country’s most popular touring shows, having been seen by more than one and a half million people, Spirit of the Horse has won a unique place in the hearts and minds of the British public – consistently performing before capacity audiences of all ages.

The show is created and directed by Phillip Gandey one of Europe’s most respected directors of spectacular live family entertainment, and Nikki Fossett, the internationally acclaimed equestrian presenter and producer.

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