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Five things to do this month

By Prospect   July 2012

Silver prosthetic nose, on display at the Wellcome collection’s “Superhuman” exhibition. Mounted on a spectacle frame, this was worn by a woman who had lost her nose as a result of syphilis.

 

Theatre

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

National Theatre, 24th July-12th September

An explosive evening could be on the cards in the collaboration of novelist Mark Haddon, controversial playwright Simon Stephens, and War Horse director Marianne Elliott. Originally a prize-winning novel, The Curious Incident… announced Haddon’s ability to get inside someone else’s head completely, in this case that of a 15-year-old mathematical genius with…

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