Opened: 3rd September 2014
Booking period: 7th April 2019
Show Times: Tuesday-Saturday 19:30, Saturday 14:30 & Sunday 15:00 and 19:00
Running Time: 2 hours 5 minutes
Venue: Duchess Theatre
The Play That Goes Wrong was created by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, who are a part of the Mischief Theatre Company. The play premiered at the Old Red Lion Theatre in London in 2012. It then moved to the Trafalgar Studios and then to the Duchess Theatre. It is an acclaimed production and won the ‘Best New Comedy’ Olivier Award in 2015.
The play is about a drama society putting on a murder mystery which goes wrong. Against all odds, the determined cast make the final curtain. It could be described as Fawlty Towers on stage.
Graeme Rooney as Trevor
Patrick Warner as Chris
Jason Callender by Jonathan
Edward Judge as Robert
Edward Howells as Dennis
Meg Mortell as Sandra
Alastair Kirton as Max
Katie Bernstein as Annie
Helena Muir, James Watterson, Matthew Howell, and Natasha Culley
The Play That Goes Wrong is showing at the Duchess Theatre and is currently booking until April 2019. The Duchess Theatre opened on 25th November 1929. The Duchess holds the record for the shortest ever run of a show, The Intimate Revue, which failed to complete its first performance.
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