Not content with his Olivier Award and wowing West End audiences in the National's hit show 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time', actor Luke Treadaway is staging a one-night fundraising gala in aid of charities Ambitious about Autism and The National Autistic Society. There will be luvvies galore, including Ben Whishaw, Helen Mirren and Matt Smith who will appear on film as part of a new detective story penned especially for the evening by 'Curious Incident' writers Simon Stephens and Mark Haddon.The new play will feature 'Curious Incident' sleuth, Christopher Boone (Luke Treadaway) whose game of Tetris is interrupted by Doctor Who. The Doctor sends him on a mission to combat Moriarty and help arrives in unusual places, from the Queen, Q and Christopher's unlikely supply teacher. Jude Law and Niamh Cusack will star alongside Treadaway in the show, which will be performed on the Olivier-winning 'Curious Incident' set at the Apollo. There will also be entertaiment from Simon Amstell and Bat for Lashes. All in all, a lot of fun.