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Groan Ups

Groan Ups

Groan Ups is the brand new comedy from the team behind the Olivier Award-winning ‘The Play Goes Wrong’.

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See Groan Ups at the Vaudeville Theatre

Groan Ups is the brand new comedy from the team behind the Olivier Award-winning ‘The Play Goes Wrong’. Mischief Theatre reunite for this hilarious journey into adolescence and adulthood, questioning our identities at both stages. The show is their first new play since 2016, with many eagerly awaiting the talented group’s latest material. So go ahead and unleash your inner child with tickets to see Groan Ups now. What were you like at 13? Are you the same in your ‘wiser’ year? Groan Ups symbolically uses the same actors to play school children, and later their adult versions. Characters explore the aches and pains of being 13, before skipping to the aches and pains of being 30. From unruly to settling down, Groan Ups is the ultimate 13-going-on-30 stage show to watch. The plot questions whether we are the same people in our maturer years as when we were maturing. How much impact did school life have on our future? And can we ever really grow out of our childhood crushes? These are the life lessons Groan Ups explores. The Mischeif company are famous for their hilarity and venturing outside of the box. Previous productions include panto-inspired ‘Peter Pan Goes Wrong’ and the televised ‘A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong’. They also created the West End success ‘The Comedy About a Bank Robbery’. Don’t miss out on the chance to see their latest show and get tickets to Groan Ups now.

About

Situated on the Strand in the City of Westminster is one of the West End's most beautiful theatres, The Vaudeville. The theatre is currently hosting it's 'Oscar Wilde Season', showcasing some of the world famous playwright's greatest pieces. Initially, the theatre was built in 1870 with a Romanesque style and would put on amazing productions with actors the likes of Henry Irving - the Shakespearean actor. It has since been redeveloped and rebuilt twice over, although efforts were made to retain some of it's previous structure and splendour. Find & compare all tickets below to get the cheapest prices available. (img credit: Dennis Davis Photography)


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