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Book Now for The Comedy About A Bank Robbery at the Criterion Theatre

We are pleased to bring you this great offer on The Comedy About A Bank Robbery at the Criterion Theatre. One giant diamond. Eight incompetent crooks. And a security guard asleep on the job. What could possibly go right? Written by and starring The Mischief Theatre Company who brought you the 2015 Olivier award-winning Best New Comedy The Play That Goes Wrong and Peter Pan Goes Wrong, book now to be entertained by their unique brand of humour in this hilarious new show. It would be criminal to miss it. Read our review here. The Offer Band A seats were  up to £49.50 now £29.50 (Sun Eve and Tues to Thurs Eve) Band A seats were up to £52.50 now £34.50 (Friday & Sundays) Band B seats were up to £39.50 now £19.50 (Sun Eve and Tues to Thurs Eve) Band B seats were up to £42.50 now £24.50 (Friday … Read more

Olivier Awards 2017 – Nominations Announced

Olivier Awards 2017 Nominations announced

This year’s Olivier Awards look set to be amongst the most exciting in recent times with Harry Potter And The Cursed Child receiving 11 nominations, Groundhog Day (8 nominations), The Glass Menagerie (7 nominations)  and Dreamgirls (5 nominations) featuring prominently. Presented by The Society Of London Theatre, The Olivier Awards are named after Sir Laurence Olivier, one of Britain’s finest actors. Thies year the awards will be held on 9 April 2017 at The Royal Albert Hall in London. BOOK TICKETS FOR THE OLIVIER AWARDS NOMINATED SHOWS FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE OLIVIER AWARDS 2017 https://youtu.be/1oTpkGVtZx8 OLIVIER AWARDS 2017 NOMINEES Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical Ian Bartholomew for Half A Sixpence at Noël Coward Theatre Adam J Bernard for Dreamgirls at Savoy Theatre Ben Hunter for The Girls at Phoenix Theatre Andrew Langtree for Groundhog Day at The Old Vic Best Actress in a Supporting Role … Read more

CRITIC’S CHOICE 2016: Matthew Lunn

Book Now for The Comedy About A Bank Robbery at the Criterion Theatre

We asked our reviewers to take a look at 2016 and to nominate some stand out productions for 2016. Matthew Lunn replied with the following:- 1. Hangmen This pitch-black comedy centred on the life of a celebrated hangman (David Morrissey), and the discovery that one of his victims may have been innocent. Morrissey’s caustic performance, coupled with Johnny Flynn’s extraordinary turn as his enigmatic antagonist, defined this witty and gripping piece. Read Matthew’s Hangmen review. 2. The Dresser A superb revival, which truly does justice to Sir Ronald Harwood’s perceptive and poignant script. Set in a provincial theatre during World War 2, the play captures the strained, but intimate relationship between a fading actor and his loyal dresser. Reece Shearsmith is on terrific form as the eponymous Norman, whilst Ken Stott delivers a career-defining performance as ‘Sir’. Read Matthew’s review of The Dresser. 3. The Comedy About A Bank Robbery … Read more

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