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THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG tickets



THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG Comedy London

Following phenomenal success off-West End and on tour, The Play That Goes Wrong brings its chaotic tale to London’s Duchess Theatre. The Play That Goes Wrong follows the antics of the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, who are trying their very best to stage a production of a 1920s murder mystery. As the show’s title might suggest, this is not as easy as it sounds with everything that can go wrong doing just that. Despite the setbacks, the actors of CPDS struggle bravely to reach the final curtain. Packed with Keaton-esque slapstick, finely-tuned fast and a wealth of physical comedy, The Play That Goes Wrong was first seen at the Old Red Lion Theatre before playing at the Trafalgar Studio 2 and embarking on a 21 week tour. It was written by company members Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields. The Play That Goes Wrong is suitable for theatregoers aged eight and older

Booking Period:

Until February 25, 2018

Running Time:

Until

Cast Updates:

Chris Leask, Harry Kershaw, Laurence Pears, Leonard Cook, Niall Ransome, Bryony Corrigan, James Marlowe, Laura Kirman

Musical By:

Mark Bell

Notes:

RUNNING TIME: 2h 05

REVIEWS

BRILLIANT!

This show is genuinely hilarious! Wonderful acting and great improv skills from all the cast! Go see it!

By: Sandra D. | Date: 25/07/2015 Rating:   
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