The Comedy about a Bank Robbery Tickets
Olivier Award-winning company Mischief Theatre take over the West End with their latest chaotic comedy, which plays at the Criterion Theatre. The Comedy About a Bank Robbery sees inept criminal masterminds attempt to steal a valuable diamond from under a slumbering security guard’s nose. Guaranteed to be rife with mistakes and misunderstandings, the comedy is guaranteed to deliver an evening of ridiculous hilarity.
Directed by Mark Bell, the comedy is a typical tale of a heist gone wrong. Diverting from the Cornley Polytechnic Society’s disastrous attempts at staging well-known plays, Mischief Theatre present us with a new style of farce that promises to deliver the same amount of hilarity. Following eight inept criminal masterminds in their efforts to sneakily steal a very large diamond, plenty of mishaps are guaranteed, as the greedy group attempt to take it from under a sleeping security guard’s nose. A perfect blend of pranks, slapstick and side-splitting entertainment, The Comedy About a Bank Robbery promises an abundance of laugh-out-loud moments.
Conceived by and starring Mischief Theatre’s masterful trio Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, The Comedy About a Bank Robbery features a cast including Sean Kearns as Robin Freeboys, Jean-Luke Worrell as Warren Slax, Gareth Tempest as Mitch Ruscitti, Jack Whittle as Sam Monaghan, Emily Stott as Caprice Freeboys, Tania Mathurin as Ruth Monaghan, Jeremy Lloyd as Officer Shuck, Laurence Pears as Neil Cooper and Chris Leask as Everyone Else. Additional casting includes Paula Kay, Mike Bodie, Niall Ransome and Lydia Fraser.
The Comedy About a Bank Robbery features design by David Farley, as well as lighting design by David Howe, costume design by Roberto Surace and sound design by Jon Fiber.
Formed in 2008, critically acclaimed company Mischief Theatre are notorious for staging some of the best plays in London, completely taking over the West End with shows including Magic Goes Wrong. The Comedy About a Bank Robbery promises some perfectly crafted mistakes that are sure to send the audience into fits of laughter at the Criterion Theatre.