Magic Goes Wrong

Magic Goes Wrong

The team behind ‘The Comedy About a Bank Robbery’ are back with a new show. Mischief Theatre collaborated with magic double act Penn and Teller to create the latest ‘Goes Wrong’ installment. Prepare to see tricks go awry with tickets to see the hilarious Magic Goes Wrong.

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See Magic Goes Wrong at the Vaudeville Theatre

The team behind ‘The Comedy About a Bank Robbery’ are back with a new show. Mischief Theatre collaborated with magic double act Penn and Teller to create the latest ‘Goes Wrong’ installment. Prepare to see tricks go awry with tickets to see the hilarious Magic Goes Wrong. The play revolves around an unfortunate group of magicians who decide to present at a charity event. Things don’t really go to plan as some of their tricks spiral out of control. But this seems to only improve their fundraising! The plot draws on Penn and Teller’s experience of working the stage. When your magic trick goes wrong, it’s awful, but when it’s someone else, it’s entertaining! Magic Goes Wrong is one of Mischief Theatre’s three productions opening at Vaudeville Theatre. The team have created a whole lot of popular shows, such as the award-winning ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ and ‘Peter Pat Goes Wrong’. The group have always been a hit with audiences, winning them over with outrageous humour. They’ve even attracted Star Wars director JJ Abrams into their fan base. After making Penn and Teller laugh in development phase too, the team are officially the comic geniuses of theatre. What could be more entertaining than a messed up magic show? Get tickets to see Magic Goes Wrong now.

About

Situated on the Strand in the City of Westminster is one of the West End's most beautiful theatres, The Vaudeville. The theatre is currently hosting it's 'Oscar Wilde Season', showcasing some of the world famous playwright's greatest pieces. Initially, the theatre was built in 1870 with a Romanesque style and would put on amazing productions with actors the likes of Henry Irving - the Shakespearean actor. It has since been redeveloped and rebuilt twice over, although efforts were made to retain some of it's previous structure and splendour. Find & compare all tickets below to get the cheapest prices available. (img credit: Dennis Davis Photography)


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