|Booking From:||Thursday, 19th January 2017|
|Booking Until:||Sunday, 10th September 2017|
|Running Time:||2 Hours 5 Minutes|
|Age Restriction:||Suitable for ages 8+|
|Sat:||2.30pm and 7.30pm|
|Sun:||3.00pm and 7.00pm|
I went and saw Peter Pan Goes Wrong in Birmingham in February 2015 as a gift for my birthday - it was so good we went again two days later.
So I was really pleased to get tickets for this show for my birthday this year. Again I was in stitches from the first moment to the end and still chuckling about stuff on the way home on the tube. To be that bad must take precision timing and fall over unconscious so realistically when Florence was knocked out cold must take some doing. To not find this funny you must either be dead from the neck up or have had a sense of humour bypass - eh Mrs Higgins?
Saw this on the Royal Variety Show and thought it was brilliant. Please bring it to Bristol or Bath
What an excellent evening, hilarious from beginning to end, great cast, so funny, the timing is brilliant, excellent acting, Arthur was brilliant, defiantly the best comedy show I have ever seen. I cant wait to now go and see A comedy about a Bank Robbery.
Very very funny you can't say no moor than that .If you haven't seen it you really don't. know what your missing you won't be diserpointed and that's a fact Can't wait to see the next play The Bank Robbery That Went Rong .
Just watched this on royal variety show. Laughed so hard I was crying. Please come to NZ. Brilliant
Completely and utterly brilliant!! After laughing for an hour and a half my jaw seriously ached for three days! My Dad myself and my kids loved it!!!
Living in Australia we have just seen a short version on the Royal Command Performance we have not laughed out loud so much for a long time.
Just hope it comes to Perth
From Australia, saw the excerpt on the Royal Variety show.
When is this play coming to Melbourne,
Funniest acting I have ever seen and brilliant.
I saw this two weeks ago.What an excellent show,it had me laughing from beginning to end.
So much so as soon as I got home I booked a ticket to see the company's next show at The Apollo Theatre. So I'm all set to see Peter Pan goes Wrong on the 13th December.
Great. The only really funny comedy in London this year, or any other that I can think of this century. The idea of an inept bunch of theatricals performing a dreadfully accident prone play is brilliant but was, I suppose, just waiting to be done.
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