Following their multi award-winning success with The Play That Goes Wrong and The Comedy About A Bank Robbery, Mischief Theatre return with their riotous spin on a timeless classic, the West End smash hit Peter Pan Goes Wrong.
The members of the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are back on stage, battling technical hitches, flying mishaps and cast disputes as they attempt to present J.M Barrie’s much loved tale. But will they ever make it to Neverland?
Fast becoming a global phenomenon, currently performing in 5 continents and 35 countries, Mischief’s unique brand of hilarious, 'gut-busting' comedy (New York Times), has found universal appeal. Catch them at Alexandra Palace this Christmas and brace yourselves for an awfully big adventure!
2 hours 10 minutes with one interval
Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way, London N22 7AY
Additional Details & FAQ
- Access Information
All access requirements can be booked by calling - 0871 220 0260
- Cancellation Policy
No refunds or exchanges available after purchase
- Suitable For Children
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Alexandra Palace Way
Jan 12, 2020
Bonnie Taylor from North Carolina
Dec 19, 2019
Cast very energetic, fun props and slapstick hilarity that the whole family will enjoy.
Dec 19, 2019
5 of us went besides always loving this venue we absolutely loved the show. Not often you don’t want a show to end but we howled all the way. Seen all these plays so clever and well acted cannot wait until the next one.
The Boulton family
Dec 17, 2019
We loved the show laughed from start to finish, what a great way to get Christmas underway. A must see for Christmas lovers
Dec 16, 2019
Really enjoyed the show, good laugh all around!
Dec 15, 2019
As we took our seats in the slips, we watched as the stage was being prepared by the crew, instantly knowing we would be laughing non stop. The cast do an amazing job, from the lady playing too many characters, a co director with extra enthusiasm, a boy that can't act, max the crocodile and everyone in between. There's jokes for the adults as well as the kids but slapstick, intentional or not, are always funny.
Dec 14, 2019