Note for families! This show is taking part in Kids Week, the annual promotion that allows kids to go free to London shows during August, when accompanied by a full-paying adult.
From the creators of The Play That Goes Wrong comes The Comedy About A Bank Robbery, the Olivier Award-nominated West End comedy about one enormous diamond, eight incompetent crooks and a snoozing security guard. What could possibly go right?
A priceless diamond has been entrusted to the city bank, but in a town where everyone’s a crook and even seagulls can’t be trusted, what could possibly go wrong? Delivering swag loads of laughter, Ocean’s Eleven meets the Marx Brothers in this dynamite new comedy.
It’d be criminal to miss it!
The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is created by Mischief Theatre and written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, the Olivier-winning team behind The Play That Goes Wrong and Peter Pan Goes Wrong.
Suitable for ages 11+.
Cast & Creatives
- Jeremy Lloyd, Hannah Boyce, Mark Hammersley, Sean Kearns, Steffan Lloyd-Evans, Tania Mathurin, Christopher Pizzey, Gareth Tempest, Miles Yekinni, Michael Bodie, Samuel Fogell, Paula Kay, Niall Ransome, Holly Sumpton
- Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, Henry Shields
- Mark Bell and members of the Mischief Theatre Company
- Kenny Wax Ltd and Stage Presence Ltd present a Mischief Theatre production
- Roberto Surace
- Lighting Designer
- David Howe
- Jon Fiber
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- Piccadilly Circus, London, United Kingdom, SW1Y 4XA
- 0844 847 1778 (Calls cost 7p per min plus your telephone company's network access charge)
- Official site
- Nearest tube
- Piccadilly Circus (opposite)
- Nearest bus
- 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 38, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453
50% off parking when you park at Q-Park Trafalgar only 8 minutes away.
- This venue accepts Theatre Tokens
- How to book
- Tel: 020 7839 8811 Fax: 020 7925 0596
- Discounts available for wheelchair users and their companions.
- Limited mobility
- Dress circle boxes and C1, C2, C27, C28 have the most leg room.
- Access description
- Main entrance up a 15cm step from the pavement, through swing doors. All staircases have handrails on both sides and steps are highlighted. From the foyer there are 25 steps down and then 6 up to the Upper Circle; 32 steps down to the Dress Circle (1 step between rows); 51 steps donw to the Stalls.
- Hearing impaired
- Sennheiser Infra-red system.
- Guide dogs policy
- Guide dogs are allowed into the auditorium. Staff are available to dog sit for 2 dogs per performance in the theatre manager’s office.
- Wheelchair/scooter users should inform the Box Office in advance and come to the entrance in Jermyn Street, to the left of the stage door. There is a slight slope with handrails on both sides to the back of the Upper Circle. 2 spaces for wheelchair users next to C20. You cannot see a small part of the stage. Scooter users can access the venue, but have to be transferred. Transfer seating is available for wheelchair users and 1 scooter to aisle seats in Upper and Dress Circles. Each wheelchair user must bring a non-disabled companion.
- Men’s and women’s at Dress Circle and Stalls.
- Disabled toilets
- Adapted toilet on your right on the way to the Upper Circle from the Jermyn Street entrance.
- 2 licensed bars. Drinks can be brought to disabled customers in the auditorium. 2 bars at Dress Circle, and another 3 steps up from the Stalls. Limited seating.
- This venue accepts Theatre Tokens