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The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night‑Time

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Shaftesbury Avenue The Gielgud Theatre, London England
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Laura S wrote a review Apr 2019
Seaton, United Kingdom16 contributions3 helpful votes
Already an amazing day before going into the theatre. Executive lounge, is brilliant with quick friendly service Robbie and Liam 💙💙🌟
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Date of experience: April 2019
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John N wrote a review Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom160 contributions66 helpful votes
A first class show, great acting and the leads were amazing, particularily the lead boy who was fantastic, also the mum and dad were excellent. A great inside into autism and an amazing set, brilliant use of technology made it an enjoyable evening. The only downside was the use of bad language which considering the young children there was not really overgreat.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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laurie f wrote a review Apr 2019
Derby, United Kingdom386 contributions242 helpful votes
I read this book years ago and really liked it. We’ve seen lots of shows in London, mainly musicals and this was the first time we’ve been to see a play. It didn’t disappoint. The main storyline is about how an autistic boy experiences the world and how he interacts with people. That really opens your eyes if you don’t know anyone with autism. The actual plot is great but also very sad at points. It was heart wrenchingly emotional to watch. I was fighting tears through a lot of it. It was beautifully done. It was funny at times and the staging was so clever. It was dramatic and thought provoking. We talked about it for ages afterwards. Loved it and would highly recommend. The actors were absolutely brilliant! Don’t get up and rush off at the end..
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Penny-Jane T wrote a review Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom144 contributions53 helpful votes
Where do I start?! I found this theatre performance really painful. I came out with a banging headache and was sensitive to loud sounds and bright lights. It was really depressing and nothing positive came of the performance apart from the 2 minutes where a puppy was brought on to stage. Some actors were decent but most were unnecessarily shouty. There was a narrator who I'm sorry to say had a rather irritating voice. Also a lot of unnecessary swearing throughout. At one point around 25 minutes in I was contemplating breaking up with my boyfriend because he kept laughing hysterically and clapping like a seal which made me question what on earth we have in common and I didn't find it funny at all. I like to leave a theatre performance feeling uplifted and happy this done the absolute opposite!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Carrie L wrote a review Apr 2019
Greater London, United Kingdom13 contributions3 helpful votes
This was amazing. With such a basic set, you are still fully emerged into the world. I love the book as well, but the play is incredible working with such a sensitive subject. Actors are very talented and this provides laughs and tears. Defo see if you get the chance!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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