Peter Pan Goes Wrong Tickets
Peter Pan Goes Wrong London theatre tickets now available!
Mischief Theatre will be causing pan-demonium this Christmas! 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. Peter Pan Goes Wrong tickets are available now for the limited holiday run at London's Lyric Theatre. Don’t leave it too late, the croc is ticking!
What is Peter Pan Goes Wrong about?
The well-meaning members of the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are back on stage to bring you the most accident-prone retelling of everyone's favourite boy who never grew up. Watch them fight with technical glitches 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 troupe avoid the trip hazards and make their way to Neverland unscathed? Probably not.
What is Mischief Theatre Company?
Created over a decade ago by a group of LAMDA students, Mischief Theatre Company entered the theatre world with a bang (and crash, and wallop) Their multi-award-winning shows, The Play That Goes Wrong and A Comedy About A Bank Robbery played the West End simultaneously, with the Olivier award-winning former currently on a UK tour. Not content to limit their mischief-making to London, their hilarious productions 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 Goes Wrong Show*, an adaptation of* The Play That Goes Wrong*, has seen huge success on BBC One with two seasons under the theatre company's belt.
Tickets for Peter Pan Goes Wrong at London’s Lyric Theatre now available!
Dry turkey, burnt potatoes, forgetting the cranberry sauce, things usually go wrong over the Christmas period, but with Mischief Theatre it’s guaranteed! Book your tickets for Peter Pan Goes Wrong now.
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News / Features / Casting
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!
22 Aug, 2019 | By Jade Ali
Reviews / Features
REVIEW: Peter Pan Goes Wrong in 250 words
A Review in 250 Words: Peter Pan Goes Wrong * * * *
Peter Pan Goes Wrong is a brilliantly lively, fun show which you cannot help but enjoy. As you can perhaps imagine, the classic tale of Peter Pan is performed … with glitches, some of which are fairly predictable, and some fabulously ingenious.
11 Nov, 2016 | By Harriet Wilson
Reviews / Features
REVIEW: Peter Pan Goes Wrong 'an awfully big adventure'
Recently I was lucky enough to be in the audience at Pinewood Studios to see the recording of Peter Pan Goes Wrong for the BBC. The show will be broadcast over the Christmas period and features a delightful cameo from the ever-brilliant David Suchett in the role of the Narrator.
7 Nov, 2016 | By Harrison Fuller
Reviews / Features
REVIEW: Peter Pan Goes Wrong
I’ve been a fan of The Mischief Theatre Company since seeing The Play That Goes Wrong back in January 2016. I don’t count myself as a lover of farce but it is so skilled and at times mesmerising to watch it go wrong that you need a heart of stone not to fall for this talented cast. It takes incredible talent to be in a Mischief Theatre show.
7 Nov, 2016 | By Shanine Salmon