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The Play That Goes Wrong Tickets

Duchess Theatre, London
Running time: 2hr 5min (inc. interval)
Age Restrictions: Recommended for ages 8 and above. Children under the age of 5 will not be admitted. (Please note children under 15 years of age must be accompanied by and sat with an adult over 18 years of age.)
Tickets from £24.00

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Anything that can go wrong will, it's all laughter Galore with The Play That Goes Wrong!

Described as Fawlty Towers meets Noises Off, this is THE smash hit new comedy!

The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are putting on a 1920s murder mystery, but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong... does!

The accident-prone thespians battle against all odds to make it through to their final curtain call, with hilarious consequences!

Given five stars from the Daily Mail and called 'ridiculously funny' by Libby Purves,

The Daily Telegraph sums it up as 'genuinely hilarious'.

Celebrity endorsements from the likes of Joanna Lumley 'spectacularly funny and bitingly accurate' - The Play That Goes Wrong is guaranteed to leave you aching with laughter!'

Please note there are no performances on Mondays. Venue Dispatch: Please note you will be contacted by the venue 24-48 hours before the performance with instructions on how to check-in and retrieve your e-ticket Nimax theatres respectfully ask audience members to wear a mask, except when eating or drinking or if customers are exempt.

Venue information

Duchess Theatre
Duchess Theatre
3-5 Catherine Street
London
WC2B 5LA

The Duchess Theatre is a theatre in London's West End. The theatre opened on 25th November, 1929 and is one of the smallest ''proscenium arched'' West End theatres. It has 479 seats on two levels.

Notable productions at The Duchess Theatre include Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit, which transferred from the Piccadilly Theatre to the St. James Theatre before moving to the Duchess Theatre where it completed a record run of 1,997 performances in 1942. Tom Eyen's The Dirtiest Show in Town, which ran for just under 800 performances in the 1970s. Oh! Calcutta! transferred to The Duchess Theatre from the Royalty Theatre in December 1974, and remained there until 1980.

The Players Theatre Company presented their Late Joys Victorian Music Hall programme between 1987 and 1990 Marc Camoletti's Don't Dress For Dinner, which transferred to the Duchess from the Apollo Theatre in October 1992 and stayed until 1st March, 1997.

The Royal Shakespeare Company's The Herbal Bed by Peter Whelan ran for six months from April to October 1997.

 

 

Travel by train: Charing Cross. Nearest tube: Covent Garden

The Play That Goes Wrong fan reviews (42) 4.7

Daft escapism

A lovely silly production, with lots of belly laughs. Well done. 🤣🤣

Posted by Julie Duley on 15/10/2018

The Play That Goes Wrong, Duchess Theatre, London - 14th October 2018

Loud at loud fantastic.

Anyone who is a fan of slapstick, visual comedy or innuendo will get a lot of good belly laughs all throughout the show (before during and in the interval!). A thoroughly enjoyable night out I’d go so far as to say not to be missed.

Posted by Sherry Mat on 13/09/2018

The Play That Goes Wrong, Duchess Theatre, London - 12th September 2018

The Play That Goes Wrong Review

Everything is so right about the Play that goes wrong. My second experience of this talented company , I look forward to the next. Tom

Posted by Thomas and thanks for your order on 13/12/2017

The Play That Goes Wrong Review

Everything is so right about the Play that goes wrong. My second experience of this talented company , I look forward to the next. Tom

Posted by Thomas and thanks for your order on 13/12/2017

The Play That Goes Wrong Review

Hilarious, family-friendly, expertly executed

Posted by Louise on 13/12/2017

The Play That Goes Wrong Review

Hilarious, family-friendly, expertly executed

Posted by Louise on 13/12/2017

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