Peter Pan Goes Wrong is doing tremendously with the critics! We went to see the show on opening night and thought it was fantastic – The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are back with even more tomfoolery and dangerous technical mishaps that left us aching with laughter.
So if you’re in London around the festive period and need something to lift your weary spirits after Christmas shopping, then head over to the Apollo theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue – you will not regret it. Grab your tickets to Peter Pan Goes Wrong here.
‘The audience cheers and colludes with this irresistible show from first laugh to last gasp; it is the happiest comedy night in town since One Man Two Guvnors’ ★★★★★
‘Adam Meggido stages everythingbeautifully, creating a breathlessly chaotic atmosphere that distracts us from the obvious technical skill and sophistication necessary in order to make everything break down so hilariously….a joyfully silly show that unpacks itself like a festive treat’ ★★★★
‘The entire cast of ten, who rarely stop falling, bumping, tripping, slipping or bouncing off things, are truly impressive….Peter Pan Goes Wrong is an absolute must see’ ★★★★★
West End Frame
‘I cannot think of a better panto alternative – Peter Pan Goes Wrong is one of those rare universal shows which will have children, grandparents, colleagues on a Christmas party night out laughing in equal measures… the number one show you must see this Christmas.’ ★★★★
Official London Theatre
‘Never have so many botched lines made for such delightful watching! Mischief Theatre makes a triumphant return with yet another disaster-filled creation that leaves you aching from laughter.’
‘In this neat retread of the Play That Goes Wrong formula, Neverland is cleverly assailed by electric shocks and flying mishaps’
‘It is so bloody brilliant I don’t want to tell you all about it and ruin the absolute marvel of it when you go to see it (which you must!)’ ★★★★★
‘If you want an indication of how funny Peter Pan Goes Wrong is, know this: by the interval, I’d laughed so hard I’d cried off half my mascara in a wave of hysterical tears.’
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