Win tickets to see Magic Goes Wrong | In the West End or on tour

Win tickets to see Magic Goes Wrong

In the West End or on tour

Magic Goes Wrong – the latest theatre show from the team behind stage hit The Play That Goes Wrong and BBC series The Goes Wrong Show –  'begins the 2022 leg of its UK tour tomorrow as it continues its successful West End run.

And we have three pairs of tickets to be won to see it near you and be astounded and surprised by a magic show like no other.

Join a hapless gang of moderately skilled and accident-prone magicians presenting a charity fundraiser. As the accidents spiral out of control, so does their fundraising target.

The critically acclaimed show was created by Mischief with magic legends Penn & Teller and promises an evening of grand illusion with breathtaking tricks and comedy.

Magic Goes Wrong  – which was nominated for best entertainment or comedy show at the 2020 Olivier Awards – is now playing at the Apollo Theatre, London, until February 27.

It also kicks off its tour tomorrow at  Guildford (to Jan 30) before visiting  Aberdeen (Feb 2-5), Cheltenham (Feb 8-19) Aylesbury (Feb 21 -26), Bradford (March 1-5), Hull (March 8-12), Chester (March 15-20), Canterbury (April 5-10) and more.

For further information and to book tickets click here.

Or for your chance to win one of three pairs of tickets to see Magic Goes Wrong at a venue of your choice, answer the following question by February 4 when the winners will be chosen at random from all correct answers received

Usual terms and conditions apply. See below for the dates and cities winners will be able to choose from. All tickets are subject to availability. There is no cash alternative and travel and accommodation not included

Three winners with receive a pair of tickets to see Magic Goes Wrong, valid for the following venues and dates:

Apollo Theatre, London: Sunday and Tuesday to Thursday performances before February 13
Cheltenham  Everyman Theatre: February 8
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre: February 21
Bradford  Alhambra Theatre: March 1
Hull New Theatre:  March 8
Chester Story House Theatre: March 15
Nottingham Theatre Royal: March 29
Canterbury  Marlowe Theatre: April 5
Norwich Theatre Royal : April 19
York Theatre Royal: April 26
Dublin Bord Gais Energy Theatre: May 10
Truro Hall for Cornwall: May 18
Birmingham Hippodrome: May 24

Published: 17 Jan 2022

What do you think?

We see you are using AdBlocker software. Chortle relies on advertisers to fund this website so it’s free for you, so we would ask that you disable it for this site. Our ads are non-intrusive and relevant. Help keep Chortle viable.