Mischief Theatre, the Olivier Award-winning company behind The Play That Goes Wrong, today announces the full cast for their brand-new comedy Groan Ups, running from 20 September until 1 December 2019 (press night is 10 October) at London’s Vaudeville Theatre.
There are plenty of laughs to be had in the touring Comedy About A Bank Robbery at the King’s. There are also a couple of gasp-inducing coups de theatre.
“Inventive,” “entertaining,” “excellent” – Audiences have leaped onto social media to share their excitement about Bowie-inspired coming-of-age story Heroes. Take a look at what they had to say, then book your tickets for the show’s final week!
Singing, dancing, angst and euphoria – that’s what we’re getting from these candid images from the rehearsal room of Bowie-inspired play Heroes. Have a peek then book your tickets!
“Being different and unique was suddenly on the table and something to aspire to.” Playwright and performer Bebe Barry tells us about how her father’s experience of seeing David Bowie perform led to the creation of coming-of-age tale Heroes. Read her interview then book your tickets!
Following sell-out runs at the Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, Heroes, a coming-of-age tale set in the 1970s, comes to the Drayton Arms Theatre this month. The play, written by Bebe Barry & Tony Barry, runs from 29 April to 11 May. Book your tickets now!
With physical humour, highbrow theatrical humour, lowbrow theatrical humour, musical theatre moments, live stunts and more, Peter Pan Goes Wrong is highly recommended for fun-loving families of all ages.
Mischief Movie Night is enormous fun and the cast clearly loves what they do. The sense of kinship is refreshing and invigorating as we giggle alongside the actors on stage at the absurdity of what we are asking of them.
If it’s an evening of high-brow culture you are after then The Comedy About a Bank Robbery is definitely is not the show for you, but if you want to just sit back and watch a bit of silliness then this will tick the right boxes.
Mischief Theatre announces new West End cast and extension for The Comedy About a Bank Robbery at the Criterion Theatre as it prepares to premiere its Mischief Movie Night at the Arts.
Mates co-founders Mark Shenton and Terri Paddock join the guest line-up for The Curtain Up Show Olivier Awards 2017 Special on Friday 7 April.
The Play That Goes Wrong, the Olivier Award-winning box office hit, now in its third catastrophic year in the West End, has announced a new booking period with tickets going on sale until 25 February 2018. The Play That Goes Wrong’s phenomenal popularity looks set to continue this year as one bunch of would-be thespians fly across the pond this week to …
If I want to have a good laugh, I would not go back to The Comedy About A Bank Robbery, for it really wasn’t my cup of tea, at all.
Mischief Theatre’s world domination continues with this hilarious and occasionally dark comedy about a bank heist gone wrong, which LoveLdnLoveCulture revisited recently.
Mischief Theatre’s Olivier Award-winning production of The Play That Goes Wrong will get its Broadway premiere this spring with its original cast and a team of producers and renowned American film and television writer and director JJ Abrams.
Peter Pan Goes Wrong announces the cast for its return to the Apollo Theatre for a limited run from 21 October 2016 to 29 January 2017. Nominated for an Olivier Award for Best New Comedy, Peter Pan Goes Wrong sees the team behind the award-winning box office hit The Play That Goes Wrong bring their trademark comic mayhem to the J.M. Barrie classic and festive favourite, Peter Pan.
The Play That Goes Wrong, the West End’s Olivier Award winning box office hit, announces a major national tour for 2017. Opening at Theatre Royal Bath on 10 January, the production will visit 30 venues nationwide until the end of July 2017.
The long title does the job of explaining what this show is about so I don’t have to. However, what I will say is that it also includes hilarious cross identities, infidelity, an incredible set (David Farley), some exquisite harmonised conjoining scene changes and lots of side-splitting humour!
Mischief Theatre have created a show that is very different from the last two productions that they have produced, taking a very different brand of comedy and once again making it their own, using their own unique and brilliant style. Written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, the show follows a group of […]
this is Mischief, I should have had faith: that burst, to get the audience cackling, is only one of the multiple mixed-genre tactics in their farcical spoof of a 1950s heist-noir movie. It settles us down while our antihero Mitch (Henry Shields, one of the three authors) springs himself from prison assisted by various comedy officers and a startlingly athletic fence-vault, on the way to rob an incompetent Minneapolis bank of a legendary diamond.