A new block of tickets has been released for the hit West End comedy The Play That Goes Wrong for performances at the Duchess Theatre up until April 2nd 2023. Tickets for the new booking period for The Play That Goes Wrong are on sale now.
The Play That Goes Wrong follows the unfortunate fortunes of a hapless amateur dramatics society as they attempt to stage their annual play — The Murder at Haversham Manor, a 1920s murder mystery. Things begin to go wrong during the preparation for the show, as the cast struggle to make it to their places, thanks to missing props, set, and even some of the actors. Once the performance begins things unfortunately go from bad to worse as pretty much everything that can possibly go wrong.........does!
The Play That Goes Wrong opened at the Duchess Theatre in September 2014 at the Duchess Theatre and is currently the West End's longest-running comedy play and was the very first play produced by Mischief Theatre to open in the West End. Other productions from the company include 'Magic Goes Wrong', currently showcasing at the Apollo Theatre, and 'The Comedy About a Bank Robbery'.
The cast of The Play That Goes Wrong includes Damien James, Blayer Benn, Elena Valentine, Euan Bennet, Tom Bulpett, David Kirkbride, Oliver Clayton, Michael Keane, Jack Michael Stacey, Ciara Morris, Rosemarie Akwafo, Colin Burnicle, and Sally Cheng.
The Play That Goes Wrong was co-written by Mischief Theatre company members Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields and features a creative team including direction by Mark Bell, costume design by Roberto Surace, sound design by Andy Johnson, scenic design by Nigel Hook, lighting design by Ric Mountjoy, and original music by Rob Falconer.
Performances of The Play That Goes Wrong will continue at the Duchess Theatre until at least April 2nd 2023.