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The Comedy About A Bank Robbery (Photo: Darren Bell)

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery (Photo: Darren Bell)

Bank Robbery snags new cast

Published 12 January 2017

With Mischief Theatre’s production of The Play That Goes Wrong soon to open on Broadway, the company has today announced the new cast for its critically acclaimed smash (and grab) hit play The Comedy About A Bank Robbery. 

Jeremy Lloyd (Everyone Else) continues in the production, joined by Hannah Boyce (Caprice), Mark Hammersley (Warren), Sean Kearns (Freeboys), Steffan Lloyd-Evans (Sam), Tania Mathurin (Ruth), Christopher Pizzey (Smitties), Gareth Tempest (Mitch), Miles Yekinni (Cooper) and understudies Michael Bodie, Samuel Fogell, Paula Kay, Niall Ransome and Holly Sumpton.

The new cast start from Wednesday 8 February 2017. The show is currently booking until 29 October 2017, having originally opened in April 2016.

Official London Theatre described the show as “a sure fire hit packed with slick theatrical inventiveness, hilariously silly word play and gravity defying design.”

Mischief Theatre currently has three shows running simultaneously in the West End: The Comedy About A Bank Robbery, as well as the Olivier Award-winning The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre and Peter Pan Goes Wrong at the Apollo Theatre.

A specially written television adaptation of Peter Pan Goes Wrong was broadcast on BBC1 on New Year’s Eve.

You won’t need to execute a flawless heist to get tickets; you can purchase them through us here.

 

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