‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ announces new cast from April 2022
The Mischief Theatre play continues at the Duchess Theatre.
The Play That Goes Wrong will welcome in a new West End cast this spring. The new The Play That Goes Wrong company will begin performances at the Duchess Theatre from 5 April, and The Play That Goes Wrong tickets are on sale now.
The Play That Goes Wrong cast includes Tomisin Ajani as Trevor, Jo Ben Ayed as Dennis, Ashh Blackwood as Annie, Anya de Villiers as Sandra, Tendai Humphrey Sitima as Robert, Scott Hunter as Max, Oliver Mott as Jonathan and Mikhali Sen as Chris. The Play That Goes Wrong company is completed by understudies Roisin Fahey, Charlie Richards, Stuart Vincent, Emily Waters and Jack Whittle.
The Olivier-winning play follows an amateur dramatics society as they stage their annual play — a 1920s murder mystery called The Murder at Haversham Manor. While preparing for curtain up, the cast struggle to get ready, and props and set pieces go missing.
The Play That Goes Wrong opened at the Duchess Theatre in September 2014, and is now in its eighth year and currently playing to 2 Apr. 2023. The Play That Goes Wrong is co-written by Mischief Theatre company members Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields.
The creative team includes direction by Mark Bell, scenic design by Nigel Hook, costume design by Roberto Surace, lighting design by Ric Mountjoy, original music by Rob Falconer, and sound design by Andy Johnson.
Photo credit: The Play That Goes Wrong (Photo courtesy of production)
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