The Comedy About A Bank Robbery Is Playing In London

Have you watched The Comedy About A Bank Robbery? If no, book your tickets because you cannot miss this hilarious show from Mischief Theatre. This is the same theatre that gave us The Play That Goes Wrong and Peter Pan Goes Wrong.

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery

This play has been Written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields of Mischief Theatre and revolves around a diamond that has been handed over to a security bank. What adds a twist to the tale is the fact that the people in the town are crooked and the situation is so bad that even the security guards of the bank cannot be trusted.

To learn what happens to the diamond and how the events play off, watch the show.

Ticket Price and The Special Sunday Offer

The tickets are priced between £20 – £49.50.  There is a fee of  £1.5 for the tickets booked online or via phone. The tickets booked at the window have no extra charges.

A limited number of Band A seats on Sundays will be available at  £25. This offer is valid only for evening shows on Sundays and will also depend on the availability of the seats. The Promo code for taking advantage of this online offer is ‘Sundays’ (as checked at the time of writing this, August 2017).

There are special packages on tickets. At £59.50 you get a 3-course meal at the Brasserie Zedel along with the show ticket. The official website of the show suggests that the show is suitable for kids aged 11 years and above.

The bookings for the show have been extended until April 2018.

Performance Schedule

Tuesday, Thursday, Fridays: 7.30pm
Wednesdays: 2.30pm
Saturdays: 2.30pm & 7.30pm
Sundays: 3pm and 7pm

Mischief Theatre also has its Christmas schedule planned. For more details, head to their official page, here.


The Criterion Theatre is situated at Piccadilly Circus, W1V 9LB

If you are looking for something good to do on the weekend, book your tickets for The Comedy About A Bank Robbery. It’slight-heartedted show that will leave you in splits. Let us know in the comments if you loved it.

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