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    Casting announced for Peter Pan Goes Wrong

    The multi-award-winning company Mischief Theatre is popularly known, both here in the West End and on Broadway for their hilarious hit The Play That Goes Wrong. The prolific theatre company has just announced the full cast for the upcoming production of Peter Pan Goes Wrong. The return of this smash-hit comedy comes just in time for the holidays and you can get your Peter Pan Goes Wrong tickets for its extremely limited run at London’s Alexandra Palace Theatre now!

    The 3-week engagement at the Alexandra Palace Theatre will see London welcome the side-splitting comedy once again; the play having previously had two West End runs. This production will see a second UK tour before it makes its way to the West End for the holidays; all with the same cast!

    Casting announced for Peter Pan Goes Wrong
    Casting announced for Peter Pan Goes Wrong UK Tour and London

    Peter Pan Goes Wrong full casting

    The cast of Peter Pan Goes Wrong will be comprised of Romayne Andrews as Dennis, Tom Babbage as Max, Georgia Bradley as Lucy, Connor Crawford as Chris, Katy Daghorn as Sandra, Phoebe Ellabani as Annie, Ciaran Kellgren as Jonathan, Ethan Moorhouse as Trevor, Oliver Senton as Robert, and Patrick Warner as Francis. Completing the cast as understudies are Eboni Dixon, Christian James, Soroosh Lavasani and Ava Pickett.

    What’s Peter Pan Goes Wrong About?

    You may be familiar with the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society who put on a murder mystery in The Play That Goes Wrong, and now they’re taking to the stage, in their typical goes-wrong fashion, to tell you everybody’s favourite tale about the boy that never grows up. Watch as they attempt to bring J.M Barrie’s timeless classic to life on stage, despite flying fiascos, fighting with technical glitches and actor’s attitudes. No matter what, the show must go on, but will this bunch of hazardous thespians make it to Neverland?

    Mischief Theatre: A Brief Bio

    The theatre company was founded in 2008 by a group of LAMDA (The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts) graduates who started as in improv comedy group. They performed all over the UK in small venues, pub backrooms and fringes. Their most successful production is The Play That Goes Wrong which is currently playing at the West End’s Duchess Theatre as well as touring the US and playing Off-Broadway after a two-year Broadway run. Also currently playing is their hysterical show The Comedy About A Bank Robbery which is in its 3rd year at the West End’s Criterion Theatre. Upcoming for the Mischief Theatre is their year-long residency at the Vaudeville Theatre which will premiere three new productions including Groan Ups and Magic Goes Wrong.

    Peter Pan Goes Wrong London tickets on sale now!

    A beloved story told in a hilarious yet disastrous way! Tickets for Peter Pan Goes Wrong are going to go fast for its extremely limited run at the Alexandra Palace Theatre, booking from 13 December 2019 until 5 January 2020. Don’t miss out on the must-see family show this upcoming holiday season and secure your tickets today.

    🎫 Book your Peter Pan Goes Wrong tickets here.

    Jade Ali

    A love for theatre stemmed from my love of literature and music, but the West End on my doorstep opened up a whole new appreciation and passion for all things stage-y

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