The Comedy About A Bank Robbery by Mischief Theatre is winding up its journey in the West End this May, it has been announced. After running successfully for three years at the Duchess Theatre, the final performance of the show will be on Sunday 3rd May.
The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is a sequel of The Play That Goes Wrong written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields of Mischief Theatre. The comedy show premiered at the Criterion Theatre in the West End on 31 March 2016. The director of the play is Mark Bell while costume designer is Roberto Surace with design by David Farley. The play was nominated for Best New Comedy at the 2017 Olivier Awards.
Mischief Theatre’s brand-new show Magic Goes Wrong is all set to extend running at the Vaudeville Theatre till September to complete its one year in the West End. The original comedy The Play That Goes Wrong by the company is running successfully at the West End’s Duchess Theatre and the other play by the Mischief’s Theatre is Peter Pan Goes Wrong which was played at the Alexandra Palace Theatre this Christmas. The last performance of The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is on 3rd May 2020.