The Olivier Award-nominated play The Comedy About A Bank Robbery has extended its booking period at the Criterion Theatre, playing until 3rd November 2019, as well as announcing a new cast for its run. Brought to the West End by Mischief Theatre, The Comedy About A Bank Robbery opened in 2016 and is set in a city bank in Minneapolis in 1958. In a town where nobody can be trusted, people try to bag the jewel for themselves. With an escaped convict, mistaken identities and love triangles, it isn’t easy to get the goods that everyone wants.
The appropriately named Mischief Theatre have been making merry mischief with the West End since 2014 when their fringe-born hit The Play That Goes Wrong transferred to the Duchess, which went on to win last year's Olivier Award for best comedy and is still running, and is now Broadway-bound. Their second show Peter Pan Goes Wrong, which ran at the Apollo last Christmas, was also Olivier... Read more