The Play That Goes Wrong, directed by Alan Committie, returns to the Theatre on the Bay for a third and final season.
The plot revolves around an accident-prone and completely inept Drama Society who receive an unexpected financial legacy. The amateur group decide to put the windfall to good use. But when they attempt to put on a complicated 1920s murder-mystery play, all hell breaks loose. Everything that can possibly go wrong does, to hilarious effect, and audiences find the resulting chaos so funny that the entire theatre ends up in complete, total, happy disarray, night after night.
The cast of eight features Daniel Janks, Nicole Franco, Sive Gubangxa, Louis Viljoen, Craig Jackson, Roberto Pombo and Russel Savadier, as well as newcomer Anthony Coleman.
“The Play That Goes Wrong is lighthearted and downright fun, and will keep you laughing throughout.” Read Shirley-Anne Bezuidenhout’s review of The Play That Goes Wrong.
Venue: Theatre on the Bay, Link Rd, Camps Bay, Cape Town
Time: 8pm | 28 Nov matinee at 2.30pm
Cost: R130 – R230