This is a must see play in the heart of the Wset End.
Based on the book by Mark Haddon and adapted for the stage by Simon Stepehens this is a wonderful story about a teenage boy with Asperges Syndrone, seeking to solve the mystery of his neighbours dead dog.
There is nothing bad I can say about this play. The direction is crisp and energetic, and deals with Asperges syndone is an unapologitically honest way. Sometimes tragic and at other times funny this play really lets you see into the mind of the the condition and helps you to understand the obstacles that children with Autism and Asperges have to cope with.
Don't get me wrong. This is not a preachy play in any way. Its fun and exciting, and the staging is outstanding, at times it really takes your breath away. But the real reason for seeing this play are the actors. Every cast member produces a pitch perfect performance, utterly believable and as far away from caractictures as you can get.
This is a breathtaking tour de force and a must see for anyone who want to learn a little bit more about life.
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