The set for the original fringe production of The Play That Goes Wrong that opened at the Old Red Lion Theatre in 2012 cost just £300. In true fringe fashion, the cast had built it themselves. Read more
Magic Goes Wrong reopens at the Apollo Theatre in October 2021. Magic Goes Wrong tickets in London are available on London Theatre now.
Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields of Mischief Theatre bring their new show Magic Goes Wrong to the London stage at the Apollo Theatre. It is the latest "Goes Wrong" comedy in the West End after Peter Pan Goes Wrong and The Play That Goes Wrong. The creators of these shows and The Comedy About A Bank Robbery have collaborated with collaborates with co-writers for the first time, in this case Penn and Teller, whose successful double act has become one of the world’s biggest magic acts, selling out venues in London and the US.
Magic Goes Wrong in London is directed by Adam Meggido. Magic Goes Wrong sees the original company returning to star in the show. Penn and Teller will not appear on stage. JJ Abrams is amongst the show’s West End producers. The Star Wars director is a self-confessed fan of Mischief, having produced the company’s Broadway transfer of The Play That Goes Wrong.
Magic Goes Wrong initially began previews on 14 Dec. 2019, with an official opening night on 8 Jan. 2020.
Tickets to Magic Goes Wrong are available now. Book Magic Goes Wrong tickets on London Theatre today.