Groups have got more time to catch The Play That Goes Wrong on stage, with a new cast also revealed to cause havoc at the Duchess Theatre in London.

The Play That Goes Wrong, Mischief Theatre

The 2022 cast of The Play That Goes Wrong.

Groups of ten or more people can save money on tickets, with the booking window now extended until Sunday 4th May 2025.

The new cast, many of whom are making their West End debuts, are: Jordan Akkaya as Trevor, Daniel Anthony as Dennis, Joe Bolland as Jonathan, Daniel Fraser as Chris, Billie Hamer as Annie and Owen Jenkins as Robert.

The rest of the cast is made up by Jay Olpin as Max and Hannah Sinclair Robinson as Sandra.  

The Play That Goes Wrong opened at the Duchess Theatre in September 2014, and this year celebrates its tenth year in the West End.

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The production shows no signs of slowing down since its first performance at The Old Red Lion with only four paying customers. Its achievements to date include a Whatsonstage Award for Best New Comedy in 2014, an Olivier Award for Best New Comedy in 2015 and a Tony Award for the Broadway Transfer

To date, the show has been seen by over 3.5 million people around the world in every continent except Antarctica.

About the show

You all know the classic whodunnit story; there has been a murder at a country manor and an inspector is set on the case to find who the culprit is.

However, when this plot is given to the accident-prone thespians at The Cornley Drama Society, everything that can go wrong… does.

The actors and crew battle against all odds to make it through to their final curtain call, with hilarious consequences.

Created by Mischief, other hit stage comedies by the company include The Comedy About A Bank Robbery (which played in London for four years) and Groan Ups.

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