West End comedy plays to leave you laughing in the theatre

By | Posted on 24-Oct-2018

West End comedy plays to leave you laughing in the theatre

Make your trip to the theatre the funniest it can be with a ticket to these rib-tickling West End comedy plays. Grab your ticket to these smash-hit comedies which are bound to have you giggling. As well as comedy plays, there are plenty of productions that will leave you howling with laughter in the aisles.

West End comedy plays to make anyone laugh

The Play That Goes Wrong

Play Goes Wrong
Photo credit: Helen Murray

Winning the best new comedy category at the 2015 Olivier Awards, The Play That Goes Wrong entertains audiences at the Duchess Theatre. The fictitious Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are trying to put on a production of “Murder at Haversham Manor”, but the journey to curtain-up isn’t plain sailing. Disasters arise all the time for the cast, as they work hard to open the show. With props going missing, the set crumbling around them and even cast members disappearing, will the Murder at Haversham Manor happen? Packed with plenty of comical moments, The Play That Goes Wrong is a 1920s murder-mystery like no other.

Magic Goes Wrong

Magic Goes Wrong

Co-created with legendary American magicians Penn & Teller, see the Mischief Theatre gang get up to even more funny business in Magic Goes Wrong. See the cast don their top hat and tails as they become magicians, attempting to raise as much money as possible at a charity event. But, will the magic acts be able to wow the audience and pull off some of the biggest tricks ever known? Read our Magic Goes Wrong review and book your tickets now.

Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare: Macbeth

Back with even more intoxicating Shakespeare, get ready for a production of Macbeth like no other. It’s the classic combination of a Tetris-ed together Shakespeare script, a six pack of professional actors and plenty of alcohol. What could go wrong? What could possibly go right? Get ready for King Macbeth to storm London this summer.

West End comedy plays