Award-winning comedy the Play That Goes Wrong returns to Kent after its successful sell-out tour.
The play, which is now in its seventh year on the West End, will be creating mayhem at the Orchard Theatre in Dartford this August.
For those who haven’t seen the show, it follows the Cornley Drama Society as they act out their 1920s-style murder mystery.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t go quite to plan and the accident prone performers are forced to battle against the odds to make it to curtain call.
The chaotic comedy is the creation of British theatre company Mischief, which was formed in 2008 by former LAMDA drama school students.
They debuted the Play That Goes Wrong at London’s Old Red Lion Theatre in 2013. This was shortly followed by a sell-out tour, which opened at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury, and a long-term home at the West End’s Duchess Theatre.
Since opening, both in the UK and on Broadway, the show has received numerous accolades, including an Olivier award and WhatsOnStage award.
The current tour, which comes to an end in August at the Cambridge Arts Theatre, is the fifth time the play has hit the road in this country - and there’s not long left to catch it.
The Play That Goes Wrong will be at the Orchard Theatre, Dartford, from Monday, August 1 to Saturday, August 6. Tickets start from £19. You can book tickets online here or call 03433 100 033.