The bestselling novel has been made into an award winning play
Published in 2003, Mark Haddon’s novel The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time succeeded as an internationally best-selling novel. A little over a decade later, the esteemed novel has been made into a play.
Haddon’s story of the fifteen-year-old protagonist, Christopher, with inquisitive tendencies has won over the audiences of London, winning seven Olivier Awards, including Best New Play. Currently showing at the Gielgud Theatre under the direction of the Tony award-winning director, Marianne Elliott, who previously directed the renowned War Horse, The Curious Incident is unmatched in its unique charm, as it tells the tale of tragedy through the eyes of a teenage boy with a peculiar perspective on the world. Determined to solve the mystery of his neighbor’s murdered dog, the strange workings of Christopher’s mind will move you to both tears and a wide, uninterrupted smile.