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What’s Debbie looking forward to in July 2018?

In Features, London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Plays, Regional theatre, Ticket recommendations by Debbie GilpinLeave a Comment

There are, of course, a range of new shows to choose from – both in and out of London. Pigspurt’s Daughter (by Ken Campbell’s daughter Daisy) plays at Hampstead’s Downstairs venue, Honey will be performed at The Cockpit, Boxman and Where the Hell is Bernard? both run at the Blue Elephant Theatre.

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WATCH: Mischief Movie Night’s improv stars answer your questions

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Were you one of the four million who tuned in to watch Mischief Theatre’s A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong over the holidays? You can see these comedy geniuses performing a different show every night with their latest West End offering. Catch up on some of the crazy titles being improvised for Mischief Movie Night, now in its final weeks at the Arts Theatre – and then get booking!






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Ship Happens, Spaghetti Hoops, Arti-chokes (about evil vegetables of course): Catch up on Mischief Movie Night’s latest releases

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Were you one of the four million who tuned in to watch Mischief Theatre’s A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong over the holidays? You can see these comedy geniuses performing a different show every night with their latest West End offering. Catch up on some of the crazy titles being improvised for Mischief Movie Night, now in its final weeks at the Arts Theatre – and then get booking!






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‘Consistently exquisite comic timing’: THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG – Touring ★★★★

In London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Regional theatre, Reviews, Touring by Matt MerrittLeave a Comment

It’s all too easy, as you enter the auditorium, to be sucked into The Play That Goes Wrong before it even begins. The cast, deep in character, intermingle with the audience to such effect that a lady in the row behind us started joining in the hunt for a mischievous missing dog.