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Quickfire questions with The Comedy About A Bank Robbery

Quickfire questions with The Comedy About A Bank Robbery

Watch: 10 questions with The Comedy About A Bank Robbery

Robin Johnson

By Robin Johnson First Published 12 April 2018, Last Updated 12 April 2018

Every great Bank Robbery operation needs fresh faces from time to time. There’s only so many perfect heists you can pull off before the net begins to close in. Thankfully for The Comedy About A Bank Robbery, their latest motley crew is just as hilarious as the last – if not entirely competent in the bank theft business…

So to celebrate the brilliant show’s second birthday – for which the production announced an extension until April 2019 – we got to know the latest Comedy About A Bank Robbery crew – quickfire question-style. Check it out below.

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Hot on the heels of Mischief Theatre’s international success, The Comedy About A Bank Robbery first opened at the Criterion Theatre in April 2016 to critical and audience acclaim, going on to be nominated for the Best New Comedy Award at the Olivier Awards 2017 ceremony.

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is created by Mischief Theatre and written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, the Olivier-winning team behind The Play That Goes Wrong, Peter Pan Goes Wrong and Mischief Movie Night. The play is directed by Mark Bell, who also staged The Play That Goes Wrong in the West End and on Broadway.

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