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Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

I went to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time on Tuesday at the Gielgud Theatre in Piccadilly Circus. As aesthetically stunning as it was thought-provoking, the play is a work of art with a strong moral message. 377 more words


February Books

Recently, I’ve started a new internship, so my days have been cut short of reading time. As a remedy, I’ve taken advantage of my insanely long commute to read, and so, here are the few books I’ve managed to complete this month: 983 more words




Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton, Wednesday 18th February, 2015


The National Theatre’s smash hit adaptation of Mark Haddon’s novel hits the road, giving us provincial folk the chance to see the show on our home ground rather than face that pesky trip down to that London. 477 more words

Theatre Review

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

Gielgud Theatre – February 14th 2015
Having read the book by Mark Haddon when I was in my school years, I already knew slightly what to expect when arriving at the show but I was pleasantly surprised with this production. 281 more words



When ‘life’ happens, somehow I’ve had to keep my head out of books for a bit… or at least it’s been a very slow read of the book… 529 more words


Human rights: the right to vote

Yesterday, for the fourth time, the European Court of Human Rights ruled again that the UK is in breach of human rights by having a blanket ban on allowing convicted prisoners serving a custodial sentence the right to vote: it’s… 1,208 more words


Understanding a Different Mind: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon

This is a great read because it is written from the perspective of Christopher Boone, a teenager with Asperger Syndrome. After being found at the scene of a ‘murder’ Christopher makes it his business to find the culprit. 339 more words

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