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Mark Haddon


Writers: Film & Television, Writers: Playwrights

Mark Haddon is an award-winning writer. His work for stage includes Simon Stephens’ adaptation of his acclaimed novel THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME (National Theatre 2012, Apollo Theatre, West End 2013, Barrymore Theatre, Broadway 2014) and POLAR BEARS (Donmar Warehouse 2010-Media Ability International Award). 

Haddon has written for numerous TV projects: COMING DOWN THE MOUNTAIN (BBC, 2007); FUNGUS THE BOGEYMAN (BBC, 2004); STARSTREET (Carlton TV, 2001); MICROSOAP (BBC, 1998-1999- BAFTA Best Children’s Drama); THE WILD HOUSE (BBC, 1996-1999). 

His radio plays include COMING DOWN THE MOUNTAIN (BBC radio 4, 2003- Sony Award- Bronze Award) and 1,000 SHIPS (BBC radio 4, 2002). 

Mark’s novels include: THE RED HOUSE (Jonathan Cape, 2012); A SPOT OF BOTHER (Jonathan Cape, 2006- Costa Novel of the Year Award); THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME (Jonathan Cape, 2003- Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize).