THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME (play)
SUITABLE FOR THOSE AGED 13 AND OVER.
Relaxed performance: 22nd June 2013.
Motherless Christopher, in the grip of autism, still wants to find out who
killed Mrs Shears' dog. What he discovers changes his life.
Mark Haddon's amazing book is adapted for the stage by Simon Stephens, with
Marianne Elliott directing, in a production first seen at the Cottesloe Theatre
in the summer of 2012.
Casting is currently confirmed only until 2nd September 2013.
Luke Treadaway does not appear at any Monday or Tuesday performances. Cast
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NOTE: DO stay until after the final bows are taken.
(From the 2012 Cottesloe Theatre production)
Not available - the monkey's own fault, say no more except that it's angry with
itself...but hopefully not for much longer. Anyway, professional reviewers praise this book to stage adaptation. The
first-person narrative of the book is apparently worked around by use of Niamh Cusak as a teacher helping Christopher to construct a school play. The rest is
stunning performances and a set and lights reflecting a talented unique mind.
Occasionally too sentimental, perhaps, but basically a smash hit with the
critirati. The monkey is off to stick it's head in a bucket of water...
2013 transfer attracted the same top marks... the monkey feels it need say no