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The Play That Goes Wrong

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KidRated’s The Play That Goes Wrong Top Tips:

  • Perfect for older kids and teenagers
  • Read our other reviews of West End shows here
  • See Comedy About A Bank Robbery and Peter Pan Goes Wrong as well

The Play That Goes Wrong is a massive success. A huge hit with the critics, it’s won multiple awards, including an Olivier for best new comedy in 2015. The only way to see what the fuss is about is to see it yourself (more than 700,000 people have already done so)!

 

Without giving too much away, the play revolves around the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, who are staging a 1920s murder mystery, but as you might have guessed, just about anything that can go wrong, does go wrong.

 

Older kids (we reckon 11+) will love the unpredictable silliness and slapstick humour and teenagers will love the word play and its murder mystery element. As for parents, if any of you’ve ever been involved in amateur dramatics, this may just strike chord with you.


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VISITOR INFORMATION

Where:

The Duchess Theatre
3 – 5 Catherine Street
London
WC2B 5LA

When:

Booking until February 2017

Phone number:

0844 482 9672

Website:

How to get there:

Nearest Tube: Covent Garden

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