The 71st annual Tony Awards were hosted by Kevin Spacey on 11 June 2017 at Radio City Music Hall. But who were the big winners of the evening? Dear Evan Hansen, that’s who!
A week after opening on Broadway, The Play That Goes Wrong announces there will be a new cast at the Duchess Theatre from Wednesday 10 May 2017.
As Mischief Theatre takes New York by storm with the Broadway premiere of their first hit, The Play That Goes Wrong, their latest London hit, The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, has extended its booking period – again.
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 …
All this merry mayhem is, of course, the creative construct of highly successful English troupe Mischief Theatre Company, who struck West End gold with The Play That Goes Wrong.
The Play That Goes Wrong would have been delighted to announce its 1000th performance. However, in true goes wrong fashion, producers of the hit play have realised that due to an incompetent miscount, they have missed their landmark performance which was last night and so are celebrating their 1001st performance tonight (19 January 2017) at the West End’s Duchess Theatre.
The Play That Goes Wrong, the West End’s Olivier Award winning box office hit, as announced the full cast for its 2017 tour of the UK and Ireland, which launches from Theatre Royal Bath in January.
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.
we’re looking backwards and forwards for our final list today. These are our current Top 15 Ticket Recommendations – broken down into five musicals, five plays and five ‘star attractions’ (in other words, there are famous faces in the cast) – based on both best-sellers over the past month as well as our predictions on the hottest of upcoming openings…
Mischief Theatre have announced that their critically acclaimed smash (and grab) hit play The Comedy About A Bank Robbery has extended for a further 6 months, and is now booking until 29 October 2017, completing a year and a half in the West End.
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.
Dave Hanson’s hit New York comedy Waiting for Waiting for Godot receives its European premiere at London’s St James Theatre and, just before he flew back to New York, I got to quiz Dave about his inspiration for this debut play (bitter personal experience on a Los Angeles production of the Beckett classic: “Terrible. Boring. Underpaid.”).
If Waiting For Godot is the last word in the absurdity of the human condition, this play is its hilarious epilogue. Starring The Fast Show’s Simon Day, Dave Hanson’s Waiting For Waiting For Godot is as deep as the work it riffs off while never losing sight of its two main characters.
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 Olivier Award-winning comedy will now be booking at the Duchess Theatre until 10 September 2017, it has been confirmed.
Mischief Theatre, the creators of the smash-hit, Oliver Award-winning show The Play That Goes Wrong today announce the extension of their critically acclaimed brand new smash-hit play The Comedy About A Bank Robbery which has extended for a further 6 months, and is now booking until 23 April 2017, completing a year in the West End. The production opened last week at the Criterion Theatre to rave reviews and has already taken more than £1m at the box office.
Mischief Theatre’s takeover of the West End continues as it is announced that Peter Pan Goes Wrong will be making another appearance in London. Peter Pan Goes Wrong will run at the Apollo Theatre from the 20th October to the 29th January 2017.
For a limited run over the festive season at the Apollo Theatre, the original cast of The Play That Goes Wrong will bring their trademark comic mayhem to the J.M. Barrie classic and timeless favourite, Peter Pan. In Peter Pan Goes Wrong, the members of The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society once again battle against technical hitches, flying mishaps and cast disputes on their way to Neverland with hilarious and disastrous results.