The original cast of The Play That Goes Wrong will return for two weeks


The original cast of The game gone wrong will return to the salon for two weeks this summer.

With performances in Manchester from May 30-June 4 and Newcastle from June 6-11, the show will feature Rob Falconer (Trevor), Dave Hearn (Max), Henry Lewis (Robert), Charlie Russell (Sandra), Jonathan Sayer (Dennis), Henry Shields (Chris), Greg Tannahill (Jonathan) and Nancy Zamit (Annie).

The stint is part of the show’s fifth ongoing UK tour, which runs until August 21.

Sayer said today: “We are so excited to be back in The game gone wrong. It’s such a special show for all of us and we can’t wait to perform again and make people laugh in two amazing cities!”

The award-winning comedy continues to run at the Duchess Theater in the West End, stalking the accident-prone Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society as they attempt to stage a murder mystery.

Producer Kenny Wax commented, “I’m just sorry for everyone involved – especially the audience.”

The show is written by Lewis, Sayer and Shields, and is directed by Mark Bell, with sets by Nigel Hook, costumes by Roberto Surace, lighting by Ric Mountjoy, original music by Rob Falconer, sound design by Andy Johnson, the associate director. is Sean Turner and the Resident Director is Amy Milburn.

Tickets for Manchester are on sale below.




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