Mischief Theatre, the madcap team behind award-winning productions The Play That Goes Wrong and Peter Pan Goes Wrong, present their latest West End smash hit The Comedy About A Bank Robbery.
A priceless diamond has been entrusted to the city bank, but in a town where everyone’s a crook and even security guards can’t be trusted, what could possibly go wrong? Delivering swag loads of laughter, Ocean’s Eleven meets the Marx Brothers in this dynamite new comedy.
Brasserie Zédel is a grand Parisian brasserie transported to the heart of London, serving remarkable value, traditional French food in a historic Beaux Arts / Art Deco interior.
With an Olivier Award nomination for Best New Comedy It’d be criminal to miss it!
Book this package now which includes a Band A ticket (usually up to £52.50) to see The Comedy About A Bank Robbery and a three-course meal from the Formule menu at Brasserie Zédel, just a short stroll from the theatre including coffee, water and a glass of house wine, valid for Tuesday to Friday and both Sunday performances until 29 October, subject to availability.
Terms and Conditions: This package is valid for Tuesday to Friday evening performances at 7.30pm and Sunday performances at 3pm and 7pm, subject to availability. It includes a price Band A ticket and 3-course meal from the Formule menu with a glass of house wine, coffee and water, pre or post-show. Guests must be seated in Brasserie Zédel by 5.45pm pre-theatre (5.15pm Sunday’s) or 11pm post-theatre. No cash alternative available to any elements of the package. Alcohol for over 18's only. Table must be reserved in advance.
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