THE COMEDY ABOUT A BANK ROBBERY A NEW PLAY WRITTEN BY AND STARRING THE CREATORS OF THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG

​THE COMEDY ABOUT A BANK ROBBERY

A NEW PLAY WRITTEN BY AND STARRING THE CREATORS OF THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG

Kenny Wax Ltd and Stage Presence Ltd present a Mischief Theatre production

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery

Created by Mischief Theatre

Written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields.

Directed by Mark Bell and members of the Mischief Theatre Company

Designed by David Farley; Costume Design by Roberto Surace

Criterion Theatre

Press night: Thursday 21 April

Previews from: 31st March

Mischief Theatre, the creators of the smash-hit, Oliver Award-winning show The Play That Goes Wrong today announce a brand new play The Comedy About A Bank Robbery which will begin previews at the Criterion Theatre from 31 March 2016, with press night on Thursday 21 April.

With Mischief’s latest production Peter Pan Goes Wrong about to open at the Apollo Theatre for a limited run, it means the company will have three West End shows all on sale throughout Christmas. Tickets for The Comedy About A Bank Robbery go on sale on general sale from Monday 7 December.

One enormous diamond

Eight incompetent crooks

And a snoozing security guard

What could possibly go right?

Book now for the hottest ticket* in town!

It would be criminal to miss it.

*Beware, pickpockets are known to operate in this area!

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is a Mischief Theatre production presented by Kenny Wax Ltd and Stage Presence Ltd.

Mischief Theatre is a comedy theatre company based in London, first formed in 2008 by a group of graduates and students of The London Academy of Music & Art. Since forming the company has created and presented a number of productions across the UK and in Europe including The Play That Goes Wrong (Oliver Award for Best New Comedy, WhatsOnStage Award for Best New Comedy and Broadway World Theatre Award for Best Play) and Peter Pan Goes Wrong (Apollo Theatre). The company is led by Artistic Director Henry Lewis and Company Director Jonathan Sayer.

Kenny Wax Ltd productions include the world première production of Top Hat, which was the recipient of three Laurence Olivier Awards including Best New Musical,The Play That Goes Wrong, which won the Laurence Oliver award for Best New Comedy 2015, WhatsOnStage Award for Best New Comedy and Best Play at the Broadway World Theatre Awards, Peter Pan Goes Wrong which opens on 9 December at the Apollo Theatre and Once On This Island (Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Musical). Kenny Wax Family Entertainment is the largest provider of theatre for families and young people in the UK with nine productions playing in the West End and on tour around the UK simultaneously over the Christmas season.

STAGE PRESENCE LTD productions include The Play That Goes Wrong, Peter Pan Goes Wrong (UK Tour and Apollo Theatre), Life after George featuring Stephen Dillane and Cheryl Campbell (Duchess), Bedroom Farce featuring June Whitfield and Richard Briers (Aldwych Theatre), The Tale That Wags the Dog (Plymouth Theatre Royal and Lyric Hammersmith), Angela Carter’s Magic Toyshop (Shared Experience at Soho Theatre).

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery​​​​​​Listings

Criterion Theatre

2 Jermyn Street

London SW1Y 4XA

Box Office: 0844 847 1778

http://www.bankrobberycomedy.com

Twitter: @bankrobberyplay

Facebook: BankRobberyComedy

PERFORMANCE TIMES

Tuesday to Saturday evenings at 7:30pm

Saturday matinee at 2:30pm

Sunday matinee at 3pm and Sunday evening at 7pm

Extra matinee on Wednesday 6th April

AGE

10+

TICKET PRICES

£49.50, £39.50, £35.00, £29.50, £25, £20

Premium Seats

£69.50

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