Things to See and Do: Saturday 4th March

This week has seen plenty of excitement in London – here is just a few new things you might want to see and experience…  1. Twelfth Night, National Theatre: one of the main productions to officially open in London this week is Simon Godwin’s production of Shakespeare’s comedy, starring Tamsin Greig who is playing a transformed Malvolia. On… Read More

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REVIEW: The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Criterion Theatre

New cast, plenty of new jokes this is a show that is still making audiences roar with laughter.  Having officially opened at the Criterion almost a year ago, it is reassuring to see that The Comedy About a Bank Robbery is still as hilarious as ever – thanks to a number of scene changes and… Read More

NEWS: New Cast Announced for Comedy About a Bank Robbery

It has been confirmed that a new cast for the hit comedy will be joining the production from the 8th February.  Having opened at the Criterion Theatre in April last year, Mischief Theatre’s latest show is currently booking at the theatre until the 29th October 2017. Joining the cast from February will be Jeremy Lloyd (Everyone… Read More

REVIEW: The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Criterion Theatre

Mischief Theatre’s world domination is set to continue with this hilarious and occasionally dark new comedy.  So what do you get if you get a group of incompetent crooks, one diamond and even some seagulls together? The completely mad, brilliantly written new show from the creative team behind The Play That Goes Wrong. The Comedy… Read More

NEWS: The Comedy About a Bank Robbery Extends Run Until October 2017

Mischief Theatre’s latest show is now booking in the West End until the 29th October 2017 it has been announced.  The news means that the show will complete 18 months in the West End, adding six months on to its current run. Directed by Mark Bell, The Comedy About a Bank Robbery sees eight incompetent… Read More

Things to See and Do… Wednesday 25th May

Thank goodness! We are halfway through the working week, so its time to think of ways to spend your Bank holiday weekend, so here is a few ideas….  1. Blue/Orange, Young Vic Theatre:  Joe Penhall’s play is directed by Matthew Xia, in which race, ethics and sanity all collide in this Olivier award winning play.… Read More

Original London Cast Album of Close to You: Bacharach Reimagined Release Date Confirmed

Ghostlight Records will release the London Cast recording of Close to You: Bacharach Reimagined in digital formats on the 24th June and in a double disc format on the 1st July it has been confirmed.  Having been watched by audiences in New York and London, Close to You: Bacharach Reimagined used the catalogue of Burt… Read More

The Comedy About a Bank Robbery Announces Extension

Mischief Theatre’s latest show has barely been officially open at the Criterion Theatre for a week, but has already announced that it will be extending its run at the Criterion Theatre until 2017.  The show which sees a bunch of crooks attempt to steal a diamond, is now booking at the Criterion Theatre until the… Read More

Review Round Up…The Comedy About a bank Robbery @Criterion Theatre

Mischief Theatre is back with a brand new show – but is it a hilarious success or does it fall on its face? Here is what critics have been making of it… The Guardian: **** Mark Lawson said: “In visual gags and physical slapstick, though, the show is thrillingly and daringly inventive.” The Telegraph: *****… Read More

Things to See and Do in London: Sunday 24th April

In the week that we mark the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, here is a few ideas away from Shakespeare to see and do…. 1. The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Criterion Theatre: Mischief Theatre have done it once again, this time steering clear of the ‘Goes Wrong’, instead creating a farce involving incompetent crooks… Read More