A comedy of errors returns to the Arts Theatre
Join the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society as they endeavour to put on a 1920s murder mystery. The harder they try, the more disastrous their attempts become, and as the title suggests, pretty much everything that could go wrong, does. As the hapless thesps battle their way to the final curtain, their efforts begin to seriously unravel, with hilarious consequences.
The Play that Goes Wrong has been a huge smash hit in the West End and all across the UK, and is back by popular demand at Cambridge Arts Theatre for a second week from Monday 7 to Saturday 12 August. The play has earned praise from celebrity fans as diverse as Joanna Lumley and Ant and Dec for providing genuine belly laughs, so if you need cheering up this summer don’t hesitate to grab your tickets before they sell out. They cost from £18 to £33.