Mischief Theatre’s takeover of the West End continues as it is announced that Peter Pan Goes Wrong will be making another appearance in London. Peter Pan Goes Wrong will run at the Apollo Theatre from the 20th October to the 29th January 2017.
The news comes as the production is nominated for the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy and the upcoming new show The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, which opens at the Criterion Theatre later this month.
First arriving in the West End was the critically acclaimed The Play That Goes Wrong that is still delighting audiences at the Duchess theatre (currently booking until February 2017), which follows The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society as they attempt to put on a 1920’s style murder mystery – but with a few obstacles in the way.
Following it up was Peter Pan Goes Wrong, that once again sees the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society attempting to put on a Christmas show that really showcases their talent – this time taking it to new heights – in some cases literally! It played to great acclaim at the Apollo Theatre, closing on the 31st January.
The new run will once again take place at the Apollo theatre, running from the 20th October until the 29th January 2017. Casting for the production has yet to be announced.
Peter Pan Goes Wrong will run at the Apollo Theatre from the 20th October to the 29th January 2017.