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What's OnThe Comedy About at Bank Robbery at the Criterion Theatre

A play so good to watch, it would be criminal to miss it!
  • Dates 19/02/2019 - 31/01/2020
  • Location 218-223 Piccadilly, Piccadilly Circus, W1V 9LB
  • Price ££
An evening full of laugh out loud momentsAre you ready to be laughing out loud all night long?From the mast-minds behind the five-star West End wonder, The Play That Goes Wrong, the bring you another must-see musical.Hailed as the West Ends funniest show yet, don’t miss The Comedy About A Bank Robbery. Playing now at one of the West End’s hidden gems, The Criterion Theatre, set far beneath the bustling street and bright lights of Piccadilly Circus.Cast yourself back to the summer of 1958. If you’re young enough to be unable to relive these memories, let this jaw-dropping play set the scene for you!Minneapolis City Bank has been entrusted with a priceless diamond. But in a town where everyone’s a crook, what will happen to the shinning stone?Watch this fast and fabulous comedy caper whilst you still can.Book your tickets online here. Or, call the box office on 033 33 202 895 to reserve your tickets today.Dine out and make your evening last longerWhy not make your night last even longer and dine in one of the West Ends special restaurants?If you’re looking for a grand dinner setting, enjoy a pre or post-theatre menu at Granaio. Only moments away from The Criterion Theatre this restaurant is the ideal location. Read more about Granaio’s delicious dining menus here.Or, if you’re looking for some family fun why not head to the home of London’s Hollywood glamour. Where the dishes will take you to infinity and beyond, check out whats available at Planet Hollywood London here.If these options are quite what your looking for there’s plenty more option to choose from in Leicester Square. A firm favourite among foodies far and wide, choose from a range of restaurants and bars here.

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