The Play that Goes Wrong

Henry LewisJonathan SayerHenry Shields

The Play that Goes Wrong


Contemporary British comedy presents an ironic view of the world of theatre and, at the same time, pays tribute to this world

The new SND building, Studio
8. 11. 2019 9. 11. 2019 10. 11. 2019
Not the most professional of theatre companies has staged a new play. Alas, as the title suggests, during the performance all that can, goes wrong? The lead female protagonist is nearly killed by her colleagues, a number of actors find out that, to remember a line is an insurmountable challenge, and the ensemble literally demolishes the whole stage set.Despite the catastrophes, our ensemble comes to terms with each obstacle. They complete the performance by exerting all their strength – and in some cases, risking their life.
The Play That Goes Wrong is not merely a classic comedy set in backstage theatre. Along with the battery of classic stage gags, it presents quite some artistic acting skills.The production brings together British verbal humour with the exuberance of farce and spectacularity of new circus.
The British hit comedy receive the 2015 Lawrence Olivier Award for Best New Comedy.
Running time: 3 hrs with one interval
In line with the current anti-pandemic measures, only those spectators may attend SND performance who are COMPLETELY VACCINATED and those who HAVE OVERCOME COVID-19 not earlier than 180 days ago.
In accordance with the valid decree, to visit the theatre, children aged 2 to 12 years + 2 months who intend to attend our performances are required to have a negative test result either from an Ag test not older than 48 hours or a PCR test not older than 72 hours.
Within the Vaccinated and/or Overcome régime, children older than 12 years and 2 months must be either vaccinated or, similarly to the requirement applicable to adults, must prove that they overcame COVID-19 not earlier than 180 days ago.

Production Team

Directed by Michal Vajdička
Dramaturgy by Daniel Majling
Set design Pavol Andraško
Make up Artist Martin Blizniak


Chris Ján Koleník (as a guest)
Teo Kristóf Melecsky (as a guest)
Komparz Stanislava Megová (Student, Academy of Performing Arts) Bence Hégli (Student, Academy of Performing Arts)