Mischief Theatre’s Magic Goes Wrong will resume performances in London’s West End this December.
The spell-binding comedy will open for a limited socially distanced 8-week season at the Vaudeville Theatre from 10 December 2020 until 31 January 2021.
Combining the magic of theatre and on-stage trickery, courtesy of internationally acclaimed magicians Penn & Teller, the show sees a company of hapless magicians attempt to raise funds for charity by performing a magic show. But as per usual with Mischief Theatre, the tricks spiral out of control with hilarious consequences.
The cast will include Mischief Theatre founders Henry Shields as Sophisticato, Henry Lewis as the Mind Mangler and Jonathan Sayer as Mickey. The cast is completed by Bryony Corrigan as Spitzmaus, Roxy Faridany as Eugenia, Dave Hearn as The Blade, Nancy Zamit as Bär, Natasha Culley and Lauren Ingram.
The show joins a growing list of productions returning to the bright lights of London’s West End including Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Six The Musical, The Great Gatsby Immersive Experience and The Comedy About A Bank Robbery. New shows coming into the West End for Christmas include A Christmas Carol straying Brian Conley, Adam Kay: TwasThe Night Before Christmas, camp comedy Death Drop, Jimmy Carr and The Comeback.
Magic Goes Wrong runs from 10 December 2020 until 31 January 2021 at the Vaudeville Theatre, London.