To pull off a heist, you need to have a tight-knit team, thinking as working as one, pre-empting every movement your mob makes. The same can be said about theatre: you need to know your fellow actors inside out. With that in mind, who better to put to our Cast Mates test than Emily Stott and Jack Whittle, who play Caprice Freeboys and Sam Monaghan in Mischief Theatre’s The Comedy About A Bank Robbery. We headed backstage at the Criterion Theatre before a performance to put the actors to the test. Find out how they got on below. The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is at the Criterion Theatre.
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