New Ticket Stock Available As ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ Extends West End Run

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Unbelievably, The Play That Goes Wrong is set to continue its run in the West End at the Duchess Theatre with performances now scheduled to continue until at least October 29th, 2023. The Play That Goes Wrong theatre tickets in London are currently available to book both securely online and through the box office .

The Play That Goes Wrong was the debut West End play from Mischief Theatre and follows a hapless amateur dramatics society as they attempt stage a 1920s murder mystery titled ‘The Murder at Haversham Manor’ as their annual play. However, while the haphazard company begin to prepare for the show,pretty much anything that could possibly go wrong…….does, as the cast members fail to make it to their places, props go missing, and there are numerous hilarious mishaps on set.

The cast of The Play That Goes Wrong features Oliver Mott as Jonathan, Scott Hunter as Max, Tomi sin Ajani as Trevor, Ash Blackwood as Annie, Anya de Villiers as Sandra, Jo Ben Ayed as Dennis, Tendai Humphrey Sitima as Robert, and Mikhali Sen as Chris.  The understudies in the show include Jack Whittle, Roisin Fahey, Stuart Vincent, Charlie Richards, and Emily Waters.

Mark Bell directs the popular comedy which was written by Mischief Theatre company members Henry Shields, Henry Lewis, and Jonathan Sayer. The wider creative team behind the show includes sound design by Andy Johnson, lighting design by Ric Mountjoy, scenic design by Nigel Hook, costume design by Roberto Surace, and original music by Rob Falconer.


Booking & Theatre Info For The Play That Goes Wrong

The Duchess Theatre is an intimate venue and one of the smaller West End theatres which meand there are only limited options for official discounts due to the immense popularity of the show.  For bargains and to keep prices down it can pay dividends to study the seating plan of the theatre when looking to secure lastminute theatre tickets for this show as the pricing structure can offer ideas on how to maximise value. For patrons looking for cheap tickets to The Play That Goes Wrong great value seats are located in the circle of the theatre with clear views of the stage as well as on the sides of the stalls which can keep prices down during weekends and in peak times. Value can be found in the weeks following school holidays and during some of the quieter off peak months for those who are flexible with dates.