The Comedy About a Bank Robbery

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A priceless diamond has been entrusted to the city bank, an institution so corrupt that even the security guards are on the take. Can it be safely stored or will it all go horribly wrong?


Following their sell-out hits The Play That Goes Wrong and Mischief Movie Night, Mischief Theatre returns with this smash-and-grab hit comedy, guaranteed to deliver swag
loads of laughter!

Age guideline 12+

Duration: 2 hours 20mins with interval

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Mischief Theatre 

Creators of The Play Thay Goes Wrong and Mischief Movie Night

Full Circle and Enjoy get 25% off a pair of tickets for opening night or Saturday matinee.

  • The funniest show in the West End.
       
    Daily Telegraph
  • A fast and fabulous comedy caper.
       
    Times
  • A night of spectacular madness.
       
    Whatsonstage.com

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