Combining the magic of theatre and on-stage trickery, be wowed by Mischief Theatre at the Vaudeville Theatre with Magic Goes Wrong. In a collaboration with legendary magicians Penn & Teller, 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.
Penn & Teller are co-creators of the show and won’t be appearing on stage.
The cast of Magic Goes Wrong is completed by Kazeem Tosin Amore, Laurence Pears, Harry Kershaw, Lauren Ingram, Henry Shields, Laura Kirman, Roxy Faridany, Liv Spencer, Natasha Culley, and Sydney K Smith.
Set to charm audiences with their latest tricks, Mischief Theatre present their newest show, Magic Goes Wrong. Taking on the roles of magicians, characters prepare and host a charity event to raise as much money as possible. In true Mischief Theatre style, making sure these magic tricks take place without a hiccup is easier said than done. As accidents spiral out of control, see if the magicians can fill their event with dazzling and death-defying magic tricks created with the help of Penn & Teller.
With Star Wars director JJ Abrams one of the producers for the show, there’s sure to be plenty of magical forces at work at Magic Goes Wrong.
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Discounted group rates are available for parties of 10 or more people. To enquire, complete our group booking form and one of our specialist team will be in touch.
You can book from 15-Jan-2021 to 02-May-2021.
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(5mins) Head out onto the main road Strand. Cross street where possible and go right 100 metres – it’s just after the Adelphi Theatre.