Thursday, 28 April 2016

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery extends West End run to April 2017

Mischief Theatre have announced that their latest show The Comedy About A Bank Robbery has extended for a further six months.

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is now booking to 23rd April 2017.

The production opened last week at the Criterion Theatre and has already taken more than £1m at the box office.

With Peter Pan Goes Wrong set to return to the Apollo Theatre for a limited run from October and The Play That Goes Wrong continuing to play to packed houses at the Duchess Theatre, remarkably Mischief Theatre will have three shows running in the West End over the festive period.

Written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields (who also star in the show), The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is directed by Mark Bell with Mischief Theatre. Designer is by David Farley with costume by Roberto Surace, lighting by David Howe, additional lighting by Matt Leventhall, sound by Jon Fiber and musical direction & arrangements by Joey Hickman.

Photo Credit: Darren Bell

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