Mischief Movie Night from the Play that Goes Wrong team at Cambridge Arts Theatre

PUBLISHED: 13:53 13 June 2018

Mischief Movie Night is at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Mischief Movie Night is at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Photo: Jeremy Daniel (Instagram @JeremyDanielPhoto)

Mischief Movie Night, a play that improvises a movie on stage - after the audience has suggested a genre, location and title, will be at Cambridge Arts Theatre from June 19-23.

Olivier Award-winning comedy troupe Mischief Theatre took the show to the West End after their international success with The Play That Goes Wrong. The cast are the original line-up of The Play that Goes Wrong, both on stage and in the television specials, Peter Pan Goes Wrong and A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong.

The Play that Goes Wrong has had three acclaimed runs at Cambridge and this show arrives in the city after a sold-out West End run.

Based on their smash-hit Edinburgh Fringe Festival favourite Lights! Camera! Improvise, Mischief Movie Night has the help of fast-paced technical team and onstage musicians. Expect chaos and hilarity, complete with rewinds, fast forwards, directors’ cuts and deleted scenes.

7.45pm with 2.30pm matinees Thursday and Saturday. Tickets 01223 503333 or cambridgeartstheatre.com.

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