The Play That Goes Wrong
The Play That Goes Wrong

The Play That Goes Wrong Tickets

Duchess Theatre, London, WC2B 5LA
From £23.20
4.8 out of 5, based on 1407 ratings and 1407 reviews.
4.8
  • Do not miss the multi award-winning international smash hit THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG now the longest running comedy in the West End at London's Duchess Theatre!

    The Cornley Drama Society are putting on a 1920s murder mystery, but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong… does! As the accident prone thesps battle on against all the odds to reach their final curtain call, hilarious results ensue!

    Hailed “a gut-busting hit” by the New York Times, Mischief’s THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG is stumbling through its eighth chaotic year and has unexpectedly received a host of celebrity endorsements from the likes of Joanna Lumley “We laughed until the tears ran down our faces, it has to be seen” to Ant & Dec “The funniest show we’ve seen! If you can get a ticket, go!”

    Don’t miss this brilliantly funny comedy, guaranteed to leave you aching with laughter.

    Book THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG theatre tickets today!

    *Please note: Recommended age 8+


    This venue does not supply childrens booster cushions. Please consider this when preparing for your theatre experience with small children at this venue.


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  • Duchess Theatre

    Catherine Street,
    London,
    WC2B 5LA

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  • DAILY MAIL


    'I feared I was going to hyperventilate'

    FINANCIAL TIMES


    'A joyous show builds to a delirious climax'

    INDEPENDENT


    'Exquisitely choreographed mayhem'

    METRO


    'A triumph of split second timing'

    SUNDAY TELEGRAPH


    'A great-looking, brilliantly performed piece'

    THE STAGE


    'Gloriously preposterous'

    NEW YORK TIMES

    'A gut busting hit'


    EVENING STANDARD

    'A complete tonic'


    THE TIMES

    'A masterpiece of malfunction'


    DAILY TELEGRAPH

    'Genuinely hilarious'


    GUARDIAN

    'Very very funny'


    INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY

    'I was reduced to tears of joy'


    DAILY EXPRESS

    'Infectiously silly'