Mischief Theatre’s The Play That Goes Wrong, has revealed a new cast for its performances at the Duchess Theatre in London.

The cast of The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre

Source: Helen Murray

The refreshed cast will begin their performances from 26th February, with the show currently booking until October 2019.

The new cast will include: Kazeem Tosin Amore as Robert (Streetcar Named Desire, Running Wild), Jake Curran as Chris (Diary of a Nobody, A Haunting), Catherine Dryden (The Winter’s Tale, Scuttlers) will play Annie, Bobby Hirston (Beeston, A Midsummer Night’s Dream) as Max, Benjamin McMahon (The Funfair, Shakespeare’s Sister) as Dennis, Gabriel Paul (The Queen of Chapeltown, Bouncers) will star as Trevor, Steven Rostance (The Comedy About a Bank Robbery) as Jonathan, and Elena Valentine (Dracula, Gatecrash) as Sandra .

Synopsis: The Play That Goes Wrong

The show follows the story of the ‘Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society’ who are attempting to put on a 1920s’ murder mystery, but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong, does.

Audiences will enjoy watching the accident-prone thespians battle on against all the odds to get to their final curtain call.

More about Mischief Theatre

Mischief Theatre was founded in 2008 by a group of graduates of The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and began as an improvised comedy group.

The rags-to-riches story of the company started its life at a London fringe venue with only four paying customers at the first performance. Since then, it has played to an audience of over two million.

Mischief Theatre recently also announced a year-long residence at the Vaudeville Theatre opening in September 2019 with Groan Ups – the first of three new comedies.

Their other production The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is currently at the Criterion Theatre and on a national UK tour whilst The Play That Goes Wrong is also on a national UK tour and has recently completed a two-year run on Broadway.

GTOs can call 03303 334810 for more details on taking a group. For more information, visit www.theplaythatgoeswrong.com.