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The Comedy About a Bank Robbery - Criterion Theatre

Having loved both of Mischief Theatre’s previous productions, The Play That Goes Wrong and Peter Pan Goes Wrong, I was very excited to catch their newest show. 77 more words


Comedy About A Bank Robbery SPECIAL PERFORMANCE| Review | 28th October 2017

Comedy About A Bank Robbery, Criterion Theatre London

Reviewed by Becky Mary on the 28th October 2017, Matinee Performance


A show that will make you cry with laughter from start to finish with the added flare of danger. 488 more words


The Comedy About a Bank Robbery at the Criterion Theatre review ****

The Comedy About a Bank Robbery

The Criterion Theatre, 15th October 2017

Abandoned by the SO, and with BD now, like MS, deep in academe, LD and I needed entertaining. 389 more words


The Comedy About a Bank Robbery - My Verdict

It’s a comfort for theatre bloggers to be able to start off a little piece of writing by introducing the show with character introductions and a basic storyline. 684 more words


Review: The Comedy About A Bank Robbery Would you like a mature cheddar or a full stilton sir?

Reviewed on 21st May 2017

A trilogy is always a hard trick to pull off and is very easy for the creators to stray from the path and go wrong, Mischief theatre however have proved that things going wrong can be extremely popular with their two previous productions The Plat That Goes Wrong and Peter Pan Goes Wrong. 562 more words


Things to See and Do: Saturday 4th March

This week has seen plenty of excitement in London – here is just a few new things you might want to see and experience… 

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REVIEW: The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Criterion Theatre

New cast, plenty of new jokes this is a show that is still making audiences roar with laughter. 

Having officially opened at the Criterion almost a year ago, it is reassuring to see that The Comedy About a Bank Robbery is still as hilarious as ever – thanks to a number of scene changes and more jokes than ever that allows the new cast to make the roles completely their own. 439 more words