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Mark Haddon, British writer, illustrator

September 26, 1962 in Northampton, England, UK

known for (among others):
Agent Z and the Penguin from Mars, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time… 81 more words


Total immersion in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

The magic of theatre for me has always been its ability to totally absorb me into another reality – whether that’s another world, another town, or the experience of another person. 1,031 more words

Reviews + Reactions

Try to Find Equilibrium*

If theorists such as Jean Piaget are right, it’s human nature to want equilibrium. We want things to be in balance and to make sense. We want some sort of order. 1,204 more words

Agatha Christie

Book Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon

My review on Goodreads: ★★★★✰

I wasn’t so keen on reading this book at first. I bought cause I was told it was about an autistic kid, and at the time, I was in a situation where this called out for me. 257 more words


Curious Incident: Prime Suspects

Is your name a Prime Number? This week we were lucky enough to revisit Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time which is still in fabulous shape and regularly selling out at the Gielgud Theatre in Shaftesbury Avenue. 427 more words

News & Features


The third day and I’m scheduled to go to three talks. First is Shami Chakrabarti On Liberty. She is in conversation with Rachel Holmes. She explains how she took up her job with Liberty on 10 September 2011 with the intention of promoting a number of issues on Civil Liberties, but after 9/11 all the organisation could do was react to the increasing call for a surveillance society. 360 more words


A little different

All books are different, yes I know. But some really do stand out, for having really unique plots or just in the writing style used by the authors. 258 more words