The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Thu 18 December - Sat 10 January
Named as Time Magazine's top theatrical experience of the year for 2014
Winner of seven 2013 Olivier Awards, this highly acclaimed National Theatre production, arrives at The Lowry as part of its first ever UK tour.
Christopher, fifteen years old, has an extraordinary brain – exceptional at maths while ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he falls under suspicion of killing Mrs Shears' dog, it takes him on a journey that upturns his world…
Based on the award-winning novel by Mark Haddon, adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Marianne Elliott, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a thrilling new stage play from the National Theatre.
Please note that loud sound effects, high intensity lighting and video effects (including strobe lighting) feature in this production.
SUITABLE FOR AGES 11+
Groups of 10+: receive £3.50 off and 1 in 10 tickets free on Thu 18 Dec, Mon 22 Dec, Tue 23 Dec Wed 24 Dec, Fri 26 Dec, Sat 27 Dec, Wed 31 Dec, Mon 5 Jan, Tue 6 Jan, Wed 7 Jan and Thu 8 Jan. On all other performances, groups receive 1 in 10 tickets free.
Schools: £20 ticket offer available for schools. Mon 5, Tue 6, Wed 7 & Thu 8 Jan only. Limited availability, so book early to get the best price!
To make a group or school booking please call 0843 208 6003.
Mon 5 January, 7.30pm - Stagetext
Audio Described performance
Sat 10 January, 2.30pm.
Touch Tour, 12:30pm.
Sat 3 January, 2.30pm - Donna Ruane
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The show will go on!
Should we see adverse weather on the day of any performance at The Lowry, the show will continue as normal. Due to the nature of our agreements with the producers who bring their shows to The Lowry, we are not able to offer any refunds or ticket exchanges outside of our normal policy (see standard terms and conditions with link) due to adverse weather. Galleries opening times may vary, but please check www.thelowry.com/plan-your-visit for the most up-to-date information.
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