...

‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ Reveals New Cast Members

Latest West End News

Mischief Theatre’s Olivier and Tony Award-winning production, The Play That Goes Wrong, which is now celebrating its 10th anniversary in the West End at the Duchess Theatre has announced a new cast. The show has also extended its booking period until May 4th, 2025.

The new cast’s first performance will be on April 9th and will feature Daniel Fraser as Chris, Jordan Akkaya as Trevor, Joe Bolland as Jonathan, Billie Hamer as Annie, Daniel Anthony as Dennis, Owen Jenkins as Robert, Hannah Sinclair Robinson as Sandra, and Jay Olpin as Max.

Understudying the roles will be Colm Gleeson, Dumile Sibanda, Alex Bird, Munashe Chirisa, and Alice Stokoe.

The Play That Goes Wrong is co-written by Mischief’s Jonathan Sayer, Henry Lewis, and Henry Shields and is directed by Mark Bell, with lighting by Ric Mountjoy, set design by Nigel Hook, original music by Rob Falconer, costumes by Roberto Surace, and sound design by Andy Johnson.

 

Booking & Theatre Info For The Play That Goes Wrong

The Duchess Theatre is a small West End theatre that has two levels of seating and a capacity of 503 seats. The Dress Circle on the first floor is much narrower than the Stalls down below with both sections offering a selection of views that fall into different price bands and can be exploited to maximise value to keep prices down.

The best seats in the theatre are located in the central Stalls where the raking begins and before the overhang starts from the Circle, with seats on each side towards the ends of the rows giving side-angles of the stage. Alternatively, the seats at the front of the Dress Circle, in the centre of the row offer a perfect vantage point to view the action on stage.

The Duchess Theatre also has several box seats located in the Dress Circle which can seat between two and four patrons and are ideal for those looking for a more private and spacious experience. Each box is accessed via a private entrance and features moveable chairs allowing you to maximise your legroom and comfort. Some restrictions to the view of the stage do feature from some of the box areas.

Due to the small and intimate nature of the venue, there is good value to be found in the cheapest seats which are located in the back rows of the Circle which are not particularly restricted and extremely well priced to suit those on a budget looking for cheap tickets to The Play That Goes Wrong. Bargain hunters looking for lastminute shows can also get value from seats located at the end of rows in the Stalls which are also often discounted although these seats do feature slight restrictions to the view of the stage but can still be considered as good value.

Seraphinite AcceleratorBannerText_Seraphinite Accelerator
Turns on site high speed to be attractive for people and search engines.