The Comedy About a Bank Robbery
Now into its third year, Mischief Theatre’s The Comedy About a Bank Robbery continues to entertain packed out audiences. Playing the Criterion Theatre, the hilarious comedy heist gone wrong sees a haphazard gang of crooks attempt to steal a very large diamond. From the genius comedy creators of The Play That Goes Wrong, Peter Pan Goes Wrong and Mischief Movie Night, this pant-wettingly funny play sees the troupe’s signature kind of comedy at its best, featuring plenty of slapstick chaos that guarantees riotous laughter!
Touching the Void
The extraordinary Touching the Void hurtles into the West End this November, offering audiences a thrilling journey of human endurance and sacrifice. Based on mountaineer Joe Simpson’s memoir – also adapted into a BAFTA-winning film - the play follows two men who find themselves trapped on the Peruvian Andes and hovering above an abyss. With time running out and an excruciating decision to be made, audiences will be gripped by this white-knuckle descent at the Duke of York’s Theatre.
Old Vic TheatreOpens 27 Jan 2020
Daniel Radcliffe and Alan Cumming star in a Samuel Beckett double bill: Endgame and the lesser-performed Rough for Theatre II.
Gielgud TheatreOpens 07 Feb 2020
Ben Elton’s hit BBC sitcom Upstart Crow is heading for the West End, with comedian David Mitchell starring as William Shakespeare. This hilarious comic caper runs at...
Duke of York's TheatreOpens 05 Mar 2020
Absolutely Fabulous star Jennifer Saunders heads to the West End for Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit. Following the spirited mayhem of a very personal haunting, the play...