Curious Incident

‘Astonishing and Unmissable.’

Sunday Express

‘A beautiful, dazzlingly inventive show about the wonders of life.’

Evening Standard

‘Magical and Moving.’

Daily Mail

‘Life-affirming and Unmissable.’

Time Magazine

‘Believe the buzz. Spectacular and triumphant.’


Bunny Christie


Bunny Christie’s work at the National Theatre includes The Red Barn, Husbands & Sons (also Royal Exchange Theatre), People, Places & Things (set; also West End), The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (also West End and Broadway; Olivier and Tony awards), Blurred Lines, Emil and the Detectives, Children of the Sun, The Comedy of Errors, The Cherry Orchard, Greenland, Men Should Weep, The White Guard (Olivier Award), Our Class, Mrs Affleck, Women of Troy, Philistines, The Life of Galileo, The President of an Empty Room, A Streetcar Named Desire (Olivier Award), Dealer’s Choice, Fix Up, Elmina’s Kitchen (filmed by the BBC and transferred to the Garrick) and Baby Doll (Evening Standard Award). Other theatre work includes Made in Dagenham at the Adelphi; the all-women Henry IV and Julius Caesar, also Closer, Moonlight, Dimetos, The Family Reunion and After Miss Julie at the Donmar Warehouse; The House of Bernarda Alba at the Almeida; Haunted Child and Kin at the Royal Court; Hay Fever at the Noël Coward; Fool for Love at the Apollo; The Postman Always Rings Twice at West Yorkshire Playhouse and in the West End; Julius Caesar at St Ann’s Warehouse New York; Dance of Death I and II for The Royal Dramaten Theatre Stockholm; and As You Like It at Shakespeare’s Globe and the Tokyo Globe. Opera includes Medée for ENO; Brief Encounter and Tosca for Houston Grand Opera. Film work includes Swan Song with John Gielgud, nominated for an Academy Award for Best Short Film.

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