Promotional Image for Mischief Theatre's Mind Mangler, Member of the Tragic Circle. A large man with a big beard in a blue suit is staring intensely into the camera, a smaller man is peeking around him. The background has a rather hypnotic swirl of lines. Text reads: From TV's The Goes Wrong Show
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Promotional Image for Mischief Theatre's Mind Mangler, Member of the Tragic Circle. A large man with a big beard in a blue suit is staring intensely into the camera, a smaller man is peeking around him. The background has a rather hypnotic swirl of lines. Text reads: From TV's The Goes Wrong Show
A man in a blue suit jacket and round glasses stood in front of a huge sign lit up with light bulbs. The sign reads: Mind Mangler
Photo (c) Pamela Raith
A man in a blue suit jacket and round glasses and man in a green shirt sat at a round table. The man in the jacket faces forwards holding a gold pocket watch in one hand and pointing at it with his other hand.
Photo (c) Pamela Raith
A man inside a glass-doored freezer grinning while holding up a shelf holding several tubs of Rum & Raisin ice cream.
Photo (c) Pamela Raith
A man in a blue jacket and a man in a green shirt stood on stage, facing forwards and both pointing forwards.
Photo (c) Pamela Raith

THE MIND MANGLER IS INADVERTENTLY PRODUCED BY KENNY WAX, STAGE PRESENCE AND KEVIN MCCOLLUM

Mind Mangler: Member of the Tragic Circle

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FOLLOWING A DISASTROUS RUN AT THE EDINBURGH FESTIVAL

From the original cast of the multi-award-winning sold-out smash hit The Play That Goes Wrong and the BBC TV series The Goes Wrong Show, Henry Lewis and Jonathan Sayer star in this hilarious new comedy by Mischief.

Join the ‘Mind Mangler’ as he returns to the stage following a disappointing two-night run at the Luton Holiday Inn conference centre, suite 2b. His new solo spectacular is predicted to spiral into chaos as he attempts to read your mind…

Following a sold-out run at the Edinburgh Festival, Mind Mangler is a guaranteed night of “laugh filled, mind-bending silliness” (Broadway World) that will leave you gasping for breath. Not to be missed!

★★★★★

‘AN ABSOLUTE RIOT’
British Theatre Guide

★★★★★

‘HILARIOUSLY FUNNY AND MAGICALLY EXCITING. LEWIS WORKS THE CROWD LIKE A LAS VEGAS STALWART’
Theatre Weekly

★★★★

‘SUPERB MAGICIAN SPOOF. TREMENDOUS’
The Times

Age guidance 12+
Includes audience participation, mild language, haze

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