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Photo credit: Cast of Mischief Movie Night (Photo by Pamela Raith Photography)

‘Mischief Movie Night’ continues virtual performances in January 2021

10 new performances have been confirmed over a three week period.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

UPDATE: On 1 February, 10 additional performances of Mischief Movie Night were announced. As a result, the virtual series is now extended from 5 - 21 February.

Performances of Mischief Movie Night may be suspended at the Vaudeville Theatre, but it's light, camera, action online for Mischief Theatre. After a Christmas season of improvised shows, Mischief Movie Night will return online, available for audiences worldwide from 5 - 21 February.

An improvisational film show from Mischief Theatre, Mischief Movie Night allows audiences to create their own movie, with cast members asking for a film genre, location and title. During the new run of performances, there will be a late night matinee, timed suitably for global audiences, as well as Valentine's Day special on 14 February.

Mischief Movie Night was due to play at the Vaudeville to 31 January, but the production is currently suspended. Other Mischief shows returning to London in 2021 include The Play That Goes Wrong and Magic Goes Wrong.

The cast for upcoming performances includes Jonathan Sayer, Henry Lewis, Nancy Zamit, Henry Shields, Dave Hearn, Bryony Corrigan, Lauren Shearing, Harry Kershaw, Ellie Morris, Joshua Elliott, Niall Ransome, Mike Bodie, Richard Baker and Yshani Perinpanayagam. 

In a four star review for LondonTheatre.co.uk, Matt Wolf said: "it's a comic elixir... you can't keep entertainment this fizzy bottled up for long." 

Livestreamed performances of Mischief Movie Night are taking place from 5 - 21 February, with more information available here

Photo credit: Cast of Mischief Movie Night (Photo by Pamela Raith Photography)

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