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The Play That Goes Wrong extends West End run by six months

The Play That Goes Wrong. Photo: Helen Murray
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The Play That Goes Wrong has extended its booking period in the West End by more than six months.

Mischief Theatre’s production was previously booking at the Duchess Theatre until October 27 and will now run until May 3, 2020.

The comedy is directed by Mark Bell and was created by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields.

The current cast includes Kazeem Tosin Amore, Jake Curran, Catherine Dryden, Bobby Hirston and Benjamin McMahon.

This follows news that Mischief Theatre will take up residency at the Vaudeville Theatre in the West End with a season of new work from September 2019, opening with new comedy Groan Ups followed by Magic Goes Wrong.

 

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