The Oliver Award-winning show The Play That Goes Wrong welcomes a new cast in London's West End beginning April 5, including Tomisin Ajani as Trevor, Jo Ben Ayed as Dennis, and Ashh Blackwood as Annie. They succeed actors Blayer Benn, Michael Keane, and Ciara Morris.
The play's London run began in 2012, and it has been at the Duchess Theatre since 2014. In addition to its London production, it is currently running Off-Broadway at New World Stages and is embarking on a North American tour.
The new cast includes Anya de Villiers as Sandra, Tendai Humphrey Sitima as Robert, Scott Hunter as Max, Oliver Mott as Jonathan, and Mikhail Sen as Chris, with a company completed by Roisin Fahey, Charlie Richards, Stuart Vincent, Emily Waters, and Jack Whittle.
The show is written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shields, who all appeared in the original West End and Broadway casts. It features original music by Rob Falconer and direction by Mark Bell, leading a creative team that includes Tony winner Nigel Hook as set designer, Roberto Surace as costume designer, Ric Mountjoy as lighting designer, and Andy Johnson as sound designer.
For tickets and more information, visit TheDuchessTheatre.co.uk.