Tuesday 16 April 2019 to Saturday 20 April 2019
Ocean’s Eleven meets the Marx Brothers in this dynamite new comedy now enjoying its third year in the West End!
Following the phenomenal sell-out success of their multi award-winning The Play That Goes Wrong, Mischief Theatre return with their latest fast and fabulous comedy caper, The Comedy About A Bank Robbery.
A priceless diamond has been entrusted to the city bank, an institution so corrupt that even the security guards are on the take. Can it be safely stored or will it all go horribly wrong?
Book now for this smash-and-grab hit comedy, guaranteed to deliver swag loads of laughter. It would be criminal to miss it!
Thur & Sat Matinee 2.30pm
Tuesday - Thursday £20 - £31
Friday - Saturday £22 - £33
Concessions £3 off (Tue-Thu, top 3 prices only)
Groups 10+ £3 off, 20+ £4 off, 30+ £5 off (Tue-Thu, top 3 prices only)
Price inclusive of £1 per ticket booking fee
Running time 2 hours 30 mins (including interval)
Suitable for ages 11+, includes gunshots, moderate violence, flashing and strobe lighting.
"The only real question is who is falling about more: actors or audience!? The only pain is from aching ribs. Great entertainment" Eastbourne Herald
"The slickest slapstick I have ever seen, this show is an absolute delight. The talented cast have the audience in stitches from the very start with truly wonderful word play and brilliantly choreographed physical humour." Viki, EBTheatres Ambassador
"This is a high-octane farce in which the writers clearly have fun with all the classic elements of comedy including a silly plot, slapstick set-pieces, farcical misunderstandings, over-the-top characters, recurring jokes and ridiculous disguises, as well as Buster Keaton-style acrobatics. Production company Mischief Theatre live up to its title, the play poking fun at everything from overblown ‘heist’ movies to amateur dramatics." Robin Houghton, Eastbournediary.co.uk
★★★★★ ‘This is the funniest show in the West End’ Daily Telegraph
★★★★★ ‘A fast and fabulous comedy caper’ The Times
★★★★★ ‘Delivers swag loads of pleasure’ Sunday Telegraph