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Magic Goes Wrong at the Vaudeville Theatre

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Mischief Theatre's new production of Magic Goes Wrong. Image courtesy of Encore.
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Witness accidents spiral out of control in Mischief Theatre's latest production, Magic Goes Wrong at the Vaudeville Theatre.


Experience a night of magic and illusion, as Mischief Theatre Company brings back its latest "Goes Wrong" production to the West End, with Magic Goes Wrong at the Vaudeville Theatre.

What is Magic Goes Wrong about?

Created with the help of magic legends Penn & Teller, the Mischief Theatre company play a hapless gang of magicians as they attempt to wow audiences at a charity event.

Anyone who has seen one of the other hilarious productions from this company knows that it's best to expect the unexpected, as the only thing that is certain is that everything will go wrong.

As the accidents spiral out of control, so does the fundraising target, at this magic show charity event gone haywire.

Where is Magic Goes Wrong playing?

Magic Goes Wrong is playing at the Vaudeville Theatre located on the Strand, near the West End.

Charing Cross Station is a short five-minute walk and is served by the Northern and Barkerloo Underground lines.

How long is Magic Goes Wrong?

The show lasts approximately two hours and 10 minutes.

Are there any age restrictions?

Magic Goes Wrong is suitable for those aged 11 and above.

How to get tickets

Book tickets now for Magic Goes Wrong, a great night of laughter and illusion.

Important information

To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience, you can expect to find special safety measures in place due to the coronavirus pandemic. For more information, check direct with the venue ahead of your visit.

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Adult ticket £23.80 to £89.25 per ticket

Venue Details & Map

Vaudeville Theatre

404 The Strand
0845 4349290

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