Mark Haddon's charmingly funny book comes to life on the Jerusalem stage.
The theatre adaptation of Mark Haddon'scharmingly funny book, 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' first premiered on London stages, where it stole audiences' hearts. Since then, it has won seven Olivier awards, including best play in 2013. The two-time Tony Award-winning Broadway phenomenon has traveled the globe, reaching theatres as close as Scotland and as far as North America. For an exclusive time this January, Jerusalem is putting its twist on the brilliantly touching story.
The satirical mystery follows fifteen-year-old Christopher and his exceptional brain on a Sherlock Holmes-style investigation as he gathers evidence about the death of his neighbour's dog. Join this extraordinary young man as he sets out on a journey and makes an earth-shattering discovery that will change his life forever. Director Gilad Kimchi adopts the wry British humour of English playwright Simon Stephens and injects his own Israeli personality into the rich script to produce a surprisingly quirky, yet heart-warming final product. Be the first to experience this witty masterpiece on the Israeli stage.