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Cast announced for Peter Pan Goes Wrong return

First Published 22 September 2016, Last Updated 22 September 2016

Olivier Award-nominated comedy Peter Pan Goes Wrong has announced casting for its second mayhem-fuelled West End season at the Apollo Theatre.

With the production set to become Mischief Theatre’s third hilarious production running simultaneously in London’s Theatreland, the announcement sees Matt Cavendish, Bryony Corrigan, Harry Kershaw and Laurence Pears join the side-splitting comedy direct from the company’s Olivier Award-winning show, The Play That Goes Wrong.

The newcomers to the disastrously farcical family are Susan Harrison, Bailey Patrick, Daniel Pitout, Oliver Senton, Sydney Smith, Adeline Waby, Katherine Carlton and Tom Cox.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong sees the beloved Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society once again attempt to mount a production of the J.M. Barrie festive favourite Peter Pan, with their efforts once again befouled by technical hitches, flying mishaps and cast disputes. It’s a safe bet that, given their prior track record, audiences can expect chaotic, raucous and hilarious results.

Following the announcement that the hit show is set to invade family living rooms this Christmas in a specially crafted BBC One adaptation, the production continues to enthral with its finely tuned farce and inspired slapstick, delivered with split-second timing.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong returns to the Apollo Theatre from 21 October until 29 January 2017. You can book your tickets through us here.


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