Magic Goes Wrong is a highly entertaining comedy play, created through the combined talents of Mischief Theatre and Penn and Teller. It’s part of Mischief Theatre’s ‘Goes Wrong’ series of plays, which include The Play That Goes Wrong and Peter Pan Goes Wrong.
The Mischief team has announces a further 10 performances of Mischief Movie Night In, from 5-21 February 2021.
The producers of Magic Goes Wrong have announces that they have decided to put back reopening until October 2021 when they hope to re-start at the Vaudeville Theatre without social distancing. Mischief Movie Night will now play at the theatre from 9 December 2020 to 31 January 2021.
It’s been announced that Olivier Award-winning show The Play That Goes Wrong from Mischief Theatre will return to London’s Duchess Theatre, its home for the last six years, from 19 November 2020.
The Mystery Agency, a brand new collection of immersive, escape-room style mystery puzzle experiences, has been established by Henry Lewis, an Olivier Award-winning writer and actor and the artistic director of Mischief Theatre, alongside producer Kenny Wax (Six The Musical, Top Hat, all Mischief shows including The Play That Goes Wrong and Comedy About A Bank Robbery).
Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre will be the first London theatre to welcome back audiences with a special concert staging of their production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar, running for six weeks from 14 August until 27 September 2020.
Magic Goes Wrong is a brilliant masterpiece that Mischief and Penn and Teller should all be proud of and is easily worth all the critical acclaim it has received so far.
From March 2020 a new cast will star in the West End production of Magic Goes Wrong, the box office hit created by Mischief Theatre with Penn & Teller, currently running at the Vaudeville Theatre.
Costumes play a key role in the success of Mischief Theatre and their latest hit comedy Magic Goes Wrong – so they always call on the designer they trust most. Costume designer Roberto Surace has worked on every single Mischief production since their multi-award-winning breakthrough blockbuster The Play That Goes Wrong. Find out more in our interview below – and then get booking!
Mischief Theatre’s long-running heist hit The Comedy About a Bank Robbery has posted closing notices at the West End’s Criterion Theatre. It will finish on 3 May 2020, at the end of its current booking period, after a four-year run.
Mischief Theatre, the Olivier award-winning company behind The Play That Goes Wrong, has announced a new booking period for Magic Goes Wrong, with tickets now on sale until 30th August 2020.
The masters of laughter, Mischief Theatre are back at it again with a gut wrenchingly funny touring version of Peter Pan Goes Wrong, which takes everything theatrical and jumbles it into a mess of impassioned, choreographed mayhem.
Peter Pan Goes Wrong is a show that will never be the same twice and will leave audiences laughing for days.
We round up the reviews for the second production in Mischief Theatre’s year-long season at the Vaudeville Theatre, Magic Goes Wrong.
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With lots of laughs throughout and plenty going on to keep audiences entertained Peter Pan Goes Wrong is a fabulous alternative to a traditional pantomime with laughs for all the family.
Magic Goes Wrong has just started previews as part of Mischief Theatre’s year-long residency at the West End’s Vaudeville Theatre and it’s already creating a buzz with audiences. Also on social media, the mischief-makers have been getting us in a festive theatregoing spirit with the #12DaysOfMischief. Time to get booking!
Writer and actor Henry Shields chatted to Emma Clarendon about all things Mischief Theatre including the company’s year long season at the Vaudeville Theatre.
As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A programme, and the fourth in a monthly Mischief Theatre series, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock talks to the cast and creatives for brand-new show Magic Goes Wrong, which follows Groan Ups in the company’s year-long residency at the Vaudeville Theatre. Got any questions?
As part of an ongoing series, I’ve chaired post-show talks with various Mischief Theatre casts this year, all of whom waxed lyrical about the brilliance of the company founders. Last week, I had a chance to pose questions to those original mischief-makers themselves at their brand-new comedy Groan Ups.