Today is Sat, 24 October 2020
The Play That Goes Wrong is an absolutely hilarious show written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields of Mischief Theatre Company. The same team of Mischief Theatre Company has also written comedy play Peter Pan Goes wrong with the same super talented cast of The play That Goes Wrong.
What is The play That goes Wrong about?
As the name suggests nothing is right about The play That Goes Wrong but in a gleeful manner. The comedy show thoroughly entertains the spectators when the Cornley Polytechnic Drama society aims to put on their annual show and amidst rehearsals for “Murder at Haversham Manor”, a 1920s murder mystery. The play within the play turns out to be a herculean task and a battle against all odds. See the accident-prone thespians endeavour to make it through to their final curtain call, with amusing consequences.
Success Story Of The Play That Goes Wrong
The artists performing in this joyful comedy include Henry Shields as Chris, Dave Hearn as Max, Rob Falconer as Trevor, Henry Lewis as Robert, Charlie Russell as Sandra, Jonathan Sayer as Dennis, Grag Tannahill as Jonathan and Nancy Zamit as Annie. The director of the play is Mark Bell, costumes are by Roberto Surace and set designing is by Nigel Hook.
Consistently funny - appreciate the amount of rehearsal that must have gone into getting it so wrong!
Mr Jon Haines
Thu, 12 March 2020
Wed, 19 February 2020
Good entertainment. Cast should be congratulated for their quality performance.
Sat, 15 February 2020
Access description: One shallow step up from Catherine Street on a slight slope – lower to the right. facing main entrance. 10 steps up to the Dress Circle (3 steep steps between each row). 20 steps down to the Stalls. Staircases have handrails on both sides, and some steps are highlighted. Auditorium open 30 mins prior to performance.
Sound Amplification: Sennheiser system with 6 headsets. Avoid the first 3 rows in the Stalls and the boxes as the signal is not very strong there.
Guide Dogs: Guide dogs are allowed into the auditorium if you are seated in an aisle seat or a box. Staff will also dog-sit in manager’s office for a maximum of 2 guide dogs per performance.
Disabled Access: Steps to all parts of the auditorium. Wheelchair users who need to remain in their chairs can use AAT Major stair-climber which lowers chairs to the stalls level, where there are spaces at N1 and N29. Please note, the stair-climber is not stored in site so advance notification is essential. Alternatively, if you are able to transfer from your chair, theatre staff will be able to assist you to any aisle seat in the Dress Circle, which is up 12 steps. Your chair will be stored in a cloakroom by the Stalls. Staff are happy to help. F1 and F22 in the Stalls have the most leg room. Staff will also try to find suitable seating on the night.
Toilets: Women’s and men’s by Stalls, plus men’s 8 steps up and women’s 17 steps up from the Dress Circle.
Disabled Toilets: One adapted toilet at Stalls. Door opens inwards