Mark Haddon’s book, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, has thrilled London’s West End for a while now. For months and months I’ve been told to go see the play. Having read and loved the book I was quite excited when I finally made arrangements to see the play. Nicely, we attend on their 100th performance. Not being an aficionado of theatre I am not going to attempt a professional review. I will just say that the play was done remarkably well. The staging and set design was incredible. The mixture of audio/visuals really pulled you in unlike any play I’ve seen. This was by far one of the most creatives plays I’ve seen. Running at 2hours and 45minutes you will not get bored. The book, which is clever, witty, charming, and emotional is done justice in this remarkable adaption. If you have a chance get to the Gielgud Theatre and watch it do it!
Well done to the cast and crew for hitting 100 shows. It was great fun to be there for the 100th.