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Southwark Playhouse - BoroughLondon
The creators of The Play That Goes Wrong bring you Windfall, a new and outrageous comedy!

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Tickets for Windfall are available now! 

The writers of the worldwide hit The Play That Goes Wrong are bringing another masterful display of comedy with the new and outrageous Windfall. Following sell-outs and standing ovations during its New York run, this chaotic, belly-clutching production is heading to the Southwark Playhouse for five weeks only! With a razor-shap satirical jab at greed, Windfall is sure to leave you feeling delightful and desperate for more. Book your tickets today!

About Windfall 

We’ve all dreamt of winning the lottery, but how far will people go to have it all? Windfall follows the story of five tyrannised office workers, suffering under the rule of their maniac boss who has pushed them to the edge. Desperate for a better life and a way out, the workers are willing to risk it all on a five-hundred-million-dollar lottery ticket. 

However, money changes people…money changes everything. In a twisted turn of fate, lovers turn to rivals, co-workers become accessories, friends become foes and the possibility of victory brings out the worst side of absolutely everybody. 

The cast and creatives of Windfall 

The cast of Windfall includes Judith Amsenga, Audrey Anderson, Jack Bennett, Joanne Clifton, Wesley Griffith and Gabriel Paul. Windfall is directed by Mark Bell, who was also director of the outrageous Mischief Theatre classics The Play That Goes Wrong and The Comedy About The Bank Robbery. The show is written by playwright, Emmy-nominated composer/songwriter, and TV producer Scooter Pietsch.

Windfall tickets are available now!

With a healthy dose of slapstick humour, Windfall is a hilarious character study of friendship, greed, and workplace harassment. Book your tickets to the Windfall play in London now to see this frantic comedy in all of its brilliant mayhem!

TICKETS NOW £12 Valid for all performances Book by 11 March 2023