'The Comedy about a Bank Robbery' is a hilarious slapstick about a good plan with amazing execution but by all the wrong people.
The jokes were great.
The actors play on puns, crack jokes on accents and pronunciation of the English language. When I saw the charade by Caprice Freeboys to give hints to Sam Monaghan about her family history, it was easy to see why theatre critic, Dominic Cavendish dubbed it "the funniest show in the West End". The whole theatre burst into an uncontrollable bout of laughter.
Great usage of the props on stage, including a "Mission Impossible" style entrance.
Amazing use of the space and forced perspective on stage.
The play ends with the most unthinkable person getting the priceless diamond.
But hey, "Everyone is a crook in Minneapolis."
The theatre was small, compared to other theatres in London.
The heating was uncomfortably warm but considering it is 3 degC outside.
You will feel completely warm indoors.
I would recommend the play to anyone who needs a good 2 hour laugh to escape the depressing London wet weather.
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