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The Play That Goes Wrong announces West End reopening date and cast

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The Play That Goes Wrong will resume performances in London’s West End in June.

The hit comedy play will reopen at the Duchess Theatre where it first started performances in September 2014.

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Performances are due to resume from 18 June 2021 with a current booking period through to 30 January 2022.

The cast will feature Blayar Benn (Trevor), Ross Green (Chris), Elan James (Jonathan), Michael Keane (Dennis), David Kirkbride (Robert), Jack Michael Stacey (Max), Ciara Morris (Annie) and Ellie Morris (Sandra).

They will be joined by understudies Rosemarie Akwafo, Euan Bennet, Colin Burnicle, Sally Cheng and Oliver Clayton.

Performances will take place Tuesday – Saturday, 7:30PM, Saturday, 2:30PM and Sunday, 3PM & 7PM.

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A play within a play, The Play That Goes Wrong follows the hapless members of the fictitious Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society.

As they attempt to stage a performance of The Murder at Haversham Manor, a 1920s murder mystery play, a string of disasters strike the set and cast with hilarious consequences.

Alongside the West End show, new dates for the The Play That Goes Wrong UK tour have been confirmed.

Performances will begin in July at the Canterbury Marlowe Theatre before travelling across the UK throughout the year and into 2022.

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