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.
It’s a happy 2nd birthday to Mischief Theatre’s The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, the laugh-a-minute farce has just announced an extension that will see it into its third year entertaining crowds in Piccadilly Circus.
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.
As a new cast of ‘some of the world’s unluckiest actors’ joins the cast of Olivier Award-winning The Play That Goes Wrong, a new booking has opened at the Duchess Theatre with tickets going on sale until 7 April 2019.
Sam Fogell spoke to Love London Love Culture about appearing in The Comedy About a Bank Robbery at the Criterion Theatre, London.
The Mischief Theatre company, founded in 2008, is well known for providing family entertainment and great comedy and they certainly don’t disappoint with the UK tour of the West End hit The Play That Goes Wrong.
Actress Jenny Augen, an award winner for her West End role in the hit comedy Bad Jews, will make her Mischief Theatre debut when she joins the cast of The Comedy About a Bank Robbery at the Criterion Theatre this spring.