About to enter its second year in the West End, The Comedy About a Bank Robbery shows no signs of slowing down as it unveils its crack new criminal cast ready to steal the show.
The production, written by Mischief Theatre's Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, follows an anarchic attempt to rob a bank in Minneapolis, with a slapstick twist.
When the show first opened, WhatsOnStage critic Mark Valencia said "it will have you laughing all the way to the bank", and awarded it five stars. The comedy followed on from the company's previous successes, including The Play That Goes Wrong (which is also currently touring and running on Broadway) and Peter Pan Goes Wrong. Most recently, the company were nominated for an Olivier Award for their new devised show Mischief Movie Night.
The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is booking at the Criterion Theatre until November 2018.