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Video: The Comedy About A Bank Robbery

First Published 6 June 2016, Last Updated 16 June 2016

We like to think we’re pretty astute at Official London Theatre, that with all those hours racked up watching the human condition in all its guises revealed on stage – not to mention the one psychology A Level we boast between us – we’ve got insight into just how the mind works.

So, when we were offered a one to one with Mischief Theatre’s comic geniuses Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, we decided we’d go Freud on it and see just how the trio’s brains work.

After one Olivier Award win for The Play That Goes Wrong, a festive hit with Peter Pan Goes Wrong and the five-star hype surrounding their latest sensationally inventive, hilarious The Comedy About A Bank Robbery, we were pretty confident they must be a compatible bunch, but wanted to find out more. So we did what all investigative journalists do… googled a relationship test and put on our best serious face.

Watch the video above to discover the secrets of their success, from never falling for the hyperactive charms of caffeine to an insatiable attraction to one another.

You can buy tickets to The Comedy About A Bank Robbery from us here.


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