The Comedy About A Bank Robbery extends in the West End with a new cast


Mischief Theatre’s The Comedy About A Bank Robbery has extended at the Criterion Theatre in the West End until November 2018, and has also confirmed a new cast for its run. 

Set in Minneapolis in 1958, the play is about an escaped convict who is set on stealing a priceless diamond from the city bank. Having opened at the Criterion in May 2016, the play is now booking at the theatre until 4th November 2018. 

As of 29th November 2017, Samuel Fogell and Holly Sumpton will take on the roles of Sam Monaghan and Caprice Freeboys having previously understudied the roles. Original cast member Jeremy Lloyd will reprise his role as Officer Shuck, and Laurence Pears will play Officer Cooper. Chris Leask will also reprise his role from the original cast playing Everyone Else, with understidues Jack Whittle and Lydia Fraser completing the cast. 

Mischief Theatre has also recently announced Mischief Movie Night, an hour-long film based on the audience’s suggestions improvised live on stage. The show runs at the Arts Theatre from 13th December and tickets are available now. 

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is now booking at the Criterion until 4th November 2018. 

The Comedy About a Bank Robbery Tickets are available now.