Friday, 10 April 2015

The Play That Goes Wrong Extends Booking Period

/servlet/file/store5/item274656/version1/fileservice770/274656_770_preview.jpg The Play That Goes Wrong  has announced that they are now extending the booking period until at least February 14th 2016 ensuring that the anarchy and chaos that has so far delighted West End audiences at the Duchess Theatre will go on!
 
The remarkable success story continues for the aptly titled West End production which was first performed at the Old Red Lion Theatre in Islington back in 2013, and according to producer Kenny Wax ended up showcasing in the West End by mistake after a booking mix up!  Speaking about the show's success story Wax said “It is remarkable that a booking taken accidentally by an intern ‘from The Duchess’ for what she thought was a one-off charity performance for the Duchess of Grantham, has turned into a long running smash hit at the DUCHESS THEATRE in the heart of London's glittering West End. I have invited the intern to the Olivier Awards. It was the least I could do.”

The transfer into the West End was finally made in March this year after a short 4 week run at Trafalgar Studio 2 in Whitehall and audiences and critics alike have raved about the show to the extent that the booking period has now extended.

The plot centres around the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society as they endeavour to stage a 1920's style murder mystery that result of which being as the title suggests that everything that can possibly go wrong with the ill fated production............does!

The play's marketing department have also got in on the act by amongst other things telling people not to come and printing adverts upside down.  They also claim to have put tickets on sale for the production up until 2026 apparently 'for those who want to book ahead!'

To book The Play That Goes Wrong tickets including online special offers CLICK HERE


 

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