A Monster Calls

From the novel, inspired by an idea from Siobhan Dowd
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Tour Dates

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Date Notes Tickets
Thu 6 Feb – Sat 15 Feb
2:30pm/7:30pm
  • Chichester Festival Theatre
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Tue 18 Feb – Sat 22 Feb
2:00pm/7:30pm
  • Theatre Royal Nottingham
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Tue 25 Feb – Sat 29 Feb
2:00pm/7:30pm
  • The Lowry, Salford Quays
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Tue 3 Mar – Sat 7 Mar
1:30pm/7:30pm
  • Belgrade Theatre, Coventry
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Tue 10 Mar – Sat 14 Mar
2:00pm/7:15pm
  • Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield
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Packs an enormous emotional punch

Evening Standard
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This beautiful, heartbreaking show

Financial Times
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Reality meets fairytale fantasy… exhilarating

The Guardian
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Extraordinarily moving

The Independent
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Extraordinary

The Observer
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An exhilarating, resolutely tender imaginative feat

The Sunday Times
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Inventive and mightily stirring

The Telegraph
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Searing emotional clarity

Time Out
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Bring the kids, the parents, your friends and neighbours. This strange, soaring yet miraculously unsentimental adaptation of Patrick Ness’s book needs seeing. It is heartbreaking, spectacular, harsh, happy.

The Times
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Truthful, hopeful and human

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