Olivier Award winning The Play That Goes Wrong, a farcical comedy that has enjoyed vast success, first on the Fringe then in the West End and now all over the world, is now available for Theatre Breaks in London with tickets and hotel accommodation included though to April 2019
The Play That Goes Wrong Theatre Breaks
Described as a comical hybrid of Fawlty Towers and Michael Frayn’s seminal meta-theatrical comedy Noises Off, this production has proved an astoundingly popular show, with hysterical performances and superb timing.
5 stars Daily Mail Genuinely hilarious The Telegraph
When the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society attempt to stage a 1920s murder mystery play, nothing goes right; prop doors don’t open, sets come crashing down and tempers flare in this brilliantly-observed farce. The winner of this year’s Olivier Award for Best New Comedy, The Play That Goes Wrong has been lauded by critics and audiences alike.
Theatre: Duchess Theatre, 3-5 Catherine Street, London WC2B 5LA Genre: Comedy Opened: 5th September 2014 Booking to: Sunday 7th April 2019 Performance times: Tuesday to Saturday at 1930; Saturday at 1430; Sunday at 1500 & 1900
Extra performances captioned performance for The Play That Goes Wrong: Wednesday 11th July at 3:00pm.
Christmas 2018 Schedule for The Play That Goes Wrong
18th & 19th December -7:30pm
20th December 2:30 pm and 7:30pm
21st December 7:30pm
22nd December 2:30 pm and 7:30pm
23rd December 3:00pm & 7:00pm
26th & 27th December 2:30 pm and 7:30pm
28th December 7:30pm
29th December 2:30 pm and 7:30pm
30th December 3:00 pm and 7:00pm
31st December 2:30pm
2nd – 4th January 7:30pm
5th January 2:30pm & 7:30pm
Nearest tube: Covent Garden on the Piccadilly line
My boys loved The Play That Goes Wrong .. really funny and most enjoyable.
Jan 18, 2017
by Anthony Southey on
'The Play That Goes Wrong' is so hilarious that we are booking to go again and taking relatives this time ..... totally off-the-wall. It is so inventive. The slapstick humour was so universal that foreign visitors were enjoying as much. You have to see it for yourself.