New Mischief Comedy, Mind Mangler: Member Of The Tragic Circle To Open In West End

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A new stage production from the comedic creative minds who brought you The Play That Goes Wrong at Mischief have gone and done it again, as Mind Mangler: Member of the Tragic Circle will open in the West End at the Apollo Theatre on March 14th.

Written by Jonathan Sayer, Henry Lewis, and Henry Shields, Mind Mangler is based on a character originally featured in Magic Goes Wrong – part of Mischief’s popular ‘Go Wrong’ series of shows – and will star Sayer and Lewis
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Mind Mangler has been adapted into a two-act production and has already toured the UK, and showcased in New York after being introduced in 2022 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Speaking about the new appointment, Lewis and Sayer commented: “We could not be more excited for Mind Mangler: Member of the Tragic Circle to be appearing in the West End this spring. Touring the UK with this show in early 2023 was an absolute joy and we’re so looking forward to bringing it to new audiences.”

Hannah Sharkey directs Mind Mangler with lighting design by David Howe, set design by Sara Perks, video design by Gillian Tan, costume design by Roberto Surace, and sound design by Helen Skiera. The magic consultant is Ben Hart and the music is composed by Steve Brown.

Mind Mangler will run at the Apollo Theatre until 28th April 2024.

 

Booking & Theatre Information For Mind Mangler: Member Of The Tragic Circle

The Apollo Theatre is a medium size West End theatre with a capacity of 833 seats on four levels. Excellent views are available throughout the venue, with very limited overhang coming from the higher tiers and steep rakes throughout ensuring good visibility of the stage.

Seats in the Stalls provide excellent views throughout, even towards the rear of the seating with premium seats being found in the front centre section of either the Stalls and also the Dress Circle which provide an immersive theatrical experience.

Seats in the front row of the Grand Circle are often sold at a discount in price, and although they are situated quite high up, you have a decent view of the action from an elevated position. The best seats in this section can be found one row behind in seats B15-18, as they do not feature any restriction from the lighting equipment. Seats towards the rear of the Stalls also offer a great view of the stage on a budget and are ideal for last-minute bargain hunters.