The Play That Goes Wrong London Tickets

Duchess Theatre

Location

Duchess Theatre

Address
3-5 Catherine Street
London
WC2B 5LA
Telephone:
0845 4349290

About

Mischief Theatre presents Olivier award-winning comedy The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre in London's West End.

What is The Play That Goes Wrong about? 

The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are putting on a 1920s murder mystery play called "The Murder at Haversham Manor", but as the title of the show suggests, everything that can go wrong, does…

Cast members seated and standing around a man lying on a sofa with shocked expressions on their faces

The play within the play is rife with clichés and over the top acting and it becomes apparent from the beginning that things are not going according to plan. The accident-prone actors battle against all odds to make it through to the end, with hilarious consequences during two hours of side-splitting laughs and mayhem for theatre goers. From props that don't work to actors missing their cues, the play is full of mishaps that only get worse as the show falls apart.

The Show That Goes Wrong London production culminates in a chaotic and hilarious finale, which is sure to leave you laughing long after the curtain falls.

One of the cast members is spraying the other cast member that is sitting on a green sofa with a  fire extinguisher.

The Play That Goes Wrong cast

The current The Play That Goes Wrong London cast includes:

  • Robert - Rolan Bell
  • Chris - Daniel Cech-Lucas
  • Jonathan - Luke Dayhill
  • Sandra - Lucy Doyle
  • Trevor - Gavin Dunn
  • Annie - Iona Fraser
  • Dennis - Keith Ramsay
  • Max - Ross Virgo

Please note that the cast and line-up are subject to change.

The majority of the cast are making their West End debuts, so it’s an exciting opportunity to see new and upcoming stars of the West End!

The Play That Goes Wrong tickets are now available to book!

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What time is the evening show?

Evening performances of The Play That Goes Wrong usually take place at 7.30pm, from Tuesdays to Sundays.

On which days are there matinee performances?

The Play That Goes Wrong matinees are usually on Saturdays at 2.30pm and Sundays 3pm - although times may vary. Make sure to check your ticket in advance.

The cast of The Play That Goes Wrong look startled and ready to jump of stage while a man lies unconscious on a couch.

Where is it playing in London? 

The Play That Goes Wrong is on stage at the Duchess Theatre on Catherine Street in London’s West End.

How to get there:

  • Underground - The closest tube stations are Covent Garden (Piccadilly line) and Charing Cross (Northern and Bakerloo lines).
  • Bus - You can catch the following buses which stop nearby to the Duchess Theatre: RV1, 6, 11, 13, 23, 59, 68, 87, 171, 172, 188 and X68.
  • Cycling - Hire a Santander Cycles bike and head to the Duchess Theatre. Wellington Street on the Strand is the nearest Santander Cycles dock.

How long is The Play That Goes Wrong?

The Play That Goes Wrong running time  is about two hours long, including a 20-minute interval.

What age is the play suitable for?

The Play That Goes Wrong is recommend for anyone aged eight and above. Any children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult.

What other shows have Mischief Theatre created?

Alongside The Play That Goes Wrong, Mischief Theatre created hit shows of the likes of The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Peter Pan Goes Wrong Play, Magic Goes Wrong and Groan Ups.

What other shows can I see in London?

Laugh at the antics of a family like no others with Fools and Horses, the much awaited theatre production of the iconic TV show at the Eventim Apollo. Or follow the comical adventures of two missionaries attempting to convert a village in the satirical show The Book of Mormon musical at The Prince of Wales Theatre.

Prices

Adult Ticket From £23.80 per ticket