'Peter Pan Goes Wrong' sets West End cast
The Olivier Award-nominated comedy from Mischief Theatre Company, the creators of The Play That Goes Wrong, returns to the West End for seven weeks only.
Follow the second star to the right and straight on 'till casting! Peter Pan Goes Wrong has set the complete cast for its return to the West End this Christmastime. Performances run at the Lyric Theatre from 23 November to 14 January ahead of a U.K. tour.
The production comes to London following runs in New York and Los Angeles. Multiple cast members from those productions, many of whom also starred in Peter Pan Goes Wrong's 2013 world premiere, return, including Matthew Cavendish as Max, Harry Kershaw as Chris, Chris Leask as Trevor, Ellie Morris as Lucy, Charlie Russell as Sandra, Greg Tannahill as Jonathan, and Nancy Zamit as Annie, performing from 23 November to 17 December and 11-14 January.
They are joined by the current U.K. touring cast Jamie Birkett as Annie from 19 December to 10 January, Clark Devlin as Dennis, Matthew Howell as Robert, Jean-Luke Worrell as Francis, Romeo Mika, Clare Noy, Consuela Rolle, and Phil Yarrow.
Created by Mischief Theatre Company founders Henry Shields, Henry Lewis, and Jonathan Sayer, Peter Pan Goes Wrong follows the amateur Cornley Drama Society as its members attempt to stage Peter Pan. Nonstop slapstick comedy ensues as the actors deal with crumbling sets, botched attempts at stage flight, interpersonal drama, and more.
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Photo credit: The West End cast of Peter Pan Goes Wrong. (Photo by Danny Kaan)
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