As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series and this month’s #MischiefMay celebrations, on Thursday 23 May 2019, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock talks to the West End company of long-running, multi-award-winning hit The Play That Goes Wrong. Got any questions?
Now in its third year at the Criterion Theatre, Mischief Theatre’s third show is still as lively and funny as ever.
Celebrating its third birthday in the West End, Mischief Theatre’s The Comedy About a Bank Robbery has extended bookings through to 3 May 2020.
And, as with all their previous productions, Mischief Theatre’s The Comedy About A Bank Robbery proves exactly why their triumph is so deserved.
Peter Pan Goes Wrong is a theatrical disaster panto crammed with slapstick calamities and magic misadventures. The production is framed around the JM Barrie classic and follows the formula that delighted past audiences with The Play That Goes Wrong, from the same creators Mischief Worldwide Theatre Company.
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.
In a wonderful case of life imitating art I have now, at the third time of trying, finally made it along to see The Play That Goes Wrong, a show that has done its best to elude me both in the West End and around the UK.
Jack Baldwin spoke to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about being part of Mischief Theatre’s The Comedy About a Bank Robbery.
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.
As the play celebrates its second anniversary, The Comedy About a Bank Robbery’s continued popularity simply proves that everyone loves a good dose of comedy.