Peter Pan Goes Wrong Returns To West End %7C Group Theatre News %7C The cast of Peter Pan Goes Wrong - photo by Alastair Muir

Following critical acclaim, Peter Pan Goes Wrong will return to the West End for a limited run from 20th October 2016 until 29th January 2017.

The production tells the story of The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society and their attempts to stage a show about Peter Pan, facing cast disputes, technical hitches and flying mishaps as they prepare.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong is co-written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, Mischief Theatre company members and creators of the similar The Play That Goes Wrong.

Both ‘Goes Wrong’ productions are well known for their highly physical and comedy packed performances and slapstick inspired humour.

The production is directed by Adam Meggido with set design by Simon Scullion.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong and The Play That Goes Wrong are produced in the West End by Kenny Wax Ltd and Stage Presence Ltd.

The play so far has raised a significant sum of money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, including £29,000 in collections at the door – the highest amount ever raised by a theatre production through bucket collections.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong will run at the Apollo Theatre, with casting to be announced in due course.

About Mischief Theatre

Mischief Theatre is a comedy theatre company based in London and was first formed in 2008 by a group of students and graduates of The London Academy of Music & Art.

Other productions from Mischief Theatre include The Nativity Goes Wrong, Lights! Camera! Improvise! and The Butterfly Defect.

The Play That Goes Wrong made history this year as the first play to appear on the Royal Variety Performance.

The company is also launching previews of The Comedy About A Bank Robbery from 31st March, based around one enormous diamond, six incompetent crooks and a snoozing security guard.

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