The Comedy About A Bank Robbery

Address:
Criterion Theatre, 218–223 Piccadilly, Piccadilly Circus, London
Box Office:
0844 847 1778

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
31st March 2016 to 3rd November 2019
7.30 PM (Tue-Sat); 7 PM (Sun)
2.30 PM matinee (Sat); 3 PM matinee (Sun)
Running time:
2 hours 20 mins, with interval
Tickets & Cost:
£10 to £52.50. See thecomedyaboutabankrobbery.com
Note: This show is not suitable for children under the age of 12

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Director: Mark Bell; Written by: Henry Shields, Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer; Cast: (the cast may change on different dates) Samson Ajewole, Jenna Augen, Jack Baldwin, Leonard Cook, Chris Leask, Kieran Mortell, Emily Stott, Gareth Tempest, Jack Whittle, Luke Worrell, Rhiann Francis, Gracie Lai, Dale Mathurin

If you enjoyed the smash-hit comedy The Play That Goes Wrong then prepare yourself for The Comedy About A Bank Robbery, because the brains behind that are back for some more madcap mayhem.

This time it's all about a giant diamond, six incompetent crooks... and a security guard snoozing on the job.

But in this town everybody's a crook, and you can't even trust the seagulls. So what on earth could possibly go wrong?
Or, more likely, what on earth could go right? (Answer: nothing!)

It's a bit like Ocean's Eleven, I suppose... but starring the Marx Brothers instead of George Clooney.

Daily Telegraph★★★★★ – "This is the funniest show in the West End" The Times★★★★★ – "Fast and fabulous comedy caper is a joyful night out" Time Out★★★★ – "The best new comedy to open straight into the West End in decades" Guardian★★★★ – "Thrilling and daringly inventive... This lung-bustingly funny play is just what the therapist ordered"

 

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