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Peter Pan Goes Wrong London theatre tickets now available!
Mischief Theatre have done it again! Following their multi-award-winning success with The Play That Goes Wrong and The Comedy About A Bank Robbery, the theatre company who seem to get everything right by making sure everything goes wrong are returning to the West End with their side-splitting take on a timeless classic. West End smash-hit Peter Pan Goes Wrong tickets are now available for the limited holiday run at London's Alexandra Palace Theatre.
What is Peter Pan Goes Wrong about?
The members of the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are back on stage to bring you the most accident-prone, hapless retelling of everyone's favourite boy who never grew up. Watch them fight with technical glitches, flying fiascos, and actor's attitudes as they attempt to bring J.M Barrie's beloved story to life on the stage. We all know the show must go on, but will our beleaguered troupe ever make their way to Neverland?
This Christmas is sure to be one to remember if you spend it with Mischief Theatre Company. The limited holiday run of Peter Pan Goes Wrong is only booking 13 December 2019 through 5 January 2020, so don't make the mistake of waiting too long to book your tickets!
What is Mischief Theatre Company?
Started a decade ago by a group of LAMDA students, the young Mischief Theatre Company started to make a splash in the theatre world very quickly and soon had multiple West End shows running. Their new shows were nominated for the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy three years running, and The Play That Goes Wrong came away with its award. The show continues to play to delighted West End audiences and currently has a UK tour. Not content to limit their mischief-making to London, Mischief Theatre Company shows have been staged in cities around the world and have met with international applause.
In addition to their stage work, the Mischief Theatre Company have also had two BBC One specials- an adaption of Peter Pan Goes Wrong and a broadcast of A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong that drew more than 4.5 million viewers. The group have also announced a six-part television series for the BBC to be called The Goes Wrong Show, an adaptation of The Play That Goes Wrong.
Tickets for Peter Pan Goes Wrong at the Alexandra Palace Theatre now available
Even when things always seem to be going wrong, you can be sure that the Mischief Theatre Company will make it right! Tickets to Peter Pan Goes Wrong are the perfect holiday gift for people of all ages, adults especially! Book Peter Pan Goes Wrong tickets now to guarantee a side-splitting outing with the family or your friends this Christmas at the newly-renovated Alexandra Palace Theatre in London.
Age restrictionRecommended for ages 8+ Minimum age is 6 years.
Running time2hr 5min (inc 20min interval)
Performance dates13 December 2019 - 5 January 2020
Mr AR Clouter18th December
One of the most highly enjoyable and hilarious performances we've seen this year! And it's fitting that Peter Pan Goes Wrong is the last show we see in 2019!!
A but childish compared to the play that went wrong
Maureen courtenay-thompson16th December
I bought 10 members of my family to see Peter Pan GW. All ages from 6 to 83 and we couldn't have enjoyed it more, no gross sexual innuendos though plenty of wit and fun and just enough rude bits to delight the young and old alike. " Did they know that thing looked like a willy?" the 6 yr old said with joy! Lovely. And everyone loved the theatre and how it has been so sensitively restored. Good acoustic too.
Tim Phillips14th December
Great show. Very funny.
susan Da costa14th December
I was so impressed with the whole package and particularly the venue. So nice not to pay london prices and trudge through the throngs of Christmas shoppers!!
Carole Ward30th January
Really enjoyed the show, great fun luckily sitting near the front meant we could also enjoy the interaction with cast and audience before the show.
Brian Keyworth30th January
Great family fun show, very funny.
Guy Whittaker29th January
Brilliantly funny show from the start to the end. My body ached witn laughter by the time it had finished. I would recommend this show to everyone ,suitable for all age groups
Mr Bill Jones29th January
Hysterical, great timing, interaction with audience was excellent. Although concentrating on the show, I couldn't help but notice the genuine laughter of the people around me, all ages included. If you want to half a great time, treat yourself to this show.
Staging was clever and complex; but the overall flavour of the show was juvenile. It should have been billed for 13 year olds. The direction failed to guage correct pacing so that some monoiogues were too long and others were lost in speed. The bottle opening was annoyingly long. The front of curtain monologue at the start of Act two was very light, and protracted. If its purpose was to be excruciating at the ineptitude of amateur theatrics, it was not funny enough to justify the excruciation.
Martin Keppler27th January
Its not a panto - no it isn't ! But it's soooo well timed entertaining comedy. A must see!
Pamela Dyer25th January
Loved the show, the timing was immaculate, the energy of the cast and their apparent repartee with the audience was hilarious. Will definitely recommend it to family and friends.