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    Conjuring theatrical magic and mayhem

    Theatrical rascals Mischief Theatre team up with Penn & Teller for Magic Goes Wrong, a chaotic magic show like no other!

    Prepare to be enchanted and amazed as Mischief Theatre transform themselves into a troupe of top-class magicians… or perhaps a hapless group of fundraisers! As they attempt to stage a charity gala full of grand illusions, the magic tricks soon turn into trip-ups. Will they manage to pull one last rabbit out of the hat and reach their fundraising target?

    Mischief Theatre have had London audiences rolling in the aisles since 2018 with a roster of hugely entertaining shows including The Play That Goes Wrong and The Comedy About a Bank Robbery

    Penn & Teller’s signature combination of comedy and magic have earned them world-wide fans and a spot on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The duo have lent their expertise behind the scenes to conjure up theatrical magic with the West End’s biggest troublemakers.

    Fans of Mischief Theatre and all things magic won’t miss a trick with Magic Goes Wrong tickets! Join the team for an evening of hilarious entertainment at the Apollo Theatre.

    Performance dates: 26 Feb 2022 - 27 Feb 2022

    Running time: 2 hours 10 mins (including an interval)

    Age recommendation: Best for age 11+

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    Latest audience reviews

    The Mischief Theatre company have done it again by coming up with another belter of a hilarious belly... More

    joc78 Top 10 reviewer27 Jan 2022

    The Mischief Theatre company have done it again by coming up with another belter of a hilarious belly aching show! I was very impressed with the real magic that was incorporated (thanks to legendary Penn & Teller), but it was great to have the usual mishaps and shenanigans happening on and off the stage. A really good nights entertainment

    joc78 Top 10 reviewer27 Jan 2022

    A really fun show, with great magic tricks which go wrong but end up very good in the end. More fun... More

    SP 28 Dec 2021

    A really fun show, with great magic tricks which go wrong but end up very good in the end. More fun for adults I’d say than young children as there’s a fair amount of innuendo, mild swearing and shouting, which they wouldn’t understand. Some audience participation, and the theatre is so intimate you feel you are involved in the show. Recommended for a fun night out. The theatre staff are really friendly and helpful too, thank you.

    SP 28 Dec 2021

    A hilarious show, apart from maybe one or two weak links in the cast, which are made up for by such funny... More

    jordanp2 25 Oct 2021

    A hilarious show, apart from maybe one or two weak links in the cast, which are made up for by such funny humour by the rest of the cast. If you enjoy being involved (audience participation) definitely book a seat in the stalls.

    jordanp2 25 Oct 2021

    Funny show as you come to expect from this company. Not quite as good as their original Play That Goes... More

    harrietallum 13 Dec 2021

    Funny show as you come to expect from this company. Not quite as good as their original Play That Goes Wrong though. Some magic tricks I don't know how they did!

    harrietallum 13 Dec 2021

    If you are a fan of magic and mischief you won't be disappointed. Excellent cast and wonderful illusions. More

    LdnTheatreTrips 20 Feb 2022

    If you are a fan of magic and mischief you won't be disappointed. Excellent cast and wonderful illusions.

    LdnTheatreTrips 20 Feb 2022

    After a slow start, the show quickly picks up and is actually fairly funny. Came on a Tuesday evening,... More

    diogocastro 08 Feb 2022

    After a slow start, the show quickly picks up and is actually fairly funny. Came on a Tuesday evening, no kids in the audience. It’s a bit “adult” (with blood and pain references), but I suspect it’d be popular with families over the weekend

    diogocastro 08 Feb 2022
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