The internationally celebrated play of The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time is coming to Nottingham.
After four successful years in London and winning seven Olivier Awards and five Tony Awards, the play is being taken on tour across the UK with a brand new cast.
Nottingham’s Theatre Royal is playing host to the show from April 4 to 15, making it an ideal choice for the Easter Holidays.
The new cast rehearse stunts for the UK tour
Aimed at ages 11 and up (due to brief instances of strong language) the play centres around 15-year-old Christopher, who is autistic.
The teenager has an extraordinary brain and an unusual way of looking at the world, but he can struggle to make sense of a lot of things and hates being touched.
The Gielgud Theatre in London
The performance is equal parts murder mystery and drama, after a shocking night causes Christopher to question a lot of things in his life.
The critically-acclaimed book is brought to life with incredible modern staging.
The show received rave reviews the last time it came to town.
— Mike Sassi (@MikeSassi) April 3, 2015
Tickets are available from The Theatre Royal and are priced from £16.50 to £33.50.