Good Luck, Studio

Mercury Theatre and Wiltshire Creative present the Mischief Production, by arrangement with Kenny Wax Ltd and Stage Presence Ltd

Good Luck, Studio artwork - features man in dragon suit holding another man in a headlock with camera and TV set in the background.
Chris Leask Wibble Jemma Geanaus Good Luck Studio Photo by Pamela Raith
Tom Walker Bryony Corrigan Good Luck Studio Photo by Pamela Raith
Jemma Geanaus Eboni Dixon Good Luck Studio Photo by Pamela Raith
Harry Kershaw Chris Leask Tom Walker Bryony Corrigan Good Luck Studio Photo by Pamela Raith
Adam Byron Sophia Lorenti Good Luck Studio Photo by Pamela Raith
Harry Kershaw Good Luck Studio Photo by Pamela Raith
Greg Tannahill Eboni Dixon Good Luck Studio Photo by Pamela Raith
Gareth Tempest Harry Kershaw Good Luck Studio Photo by Pamela Raith
Jemma Geanaus Good Luck Studio Photo by Pamela Raith
Greg Tannahill Good Luck Studio Photo by Pamela Raith
Chris Leask Good Luck Studio Photo by Pamela Raith
Jemma Geanaus Harry Kershaw Tom Walker Adam Byron Bryony Corrigan Good Luck Studio Photo by Pamela Raith
Adam Byron Good Luck Studio Photo by Pamela Raith
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Show Information
Showing on:
Sat 15 October 2022
Duration:
Approx. 2hrs 20mins, incl. interval
Price:
Genre:
Array
Venue:
Theatre
Age Guidance:
14+ (This show contains strong language, emotive themes of an adult nature, a bomb threat, hostage situation, loud bangs & gun shots)

Do not miss the hilarious Good Luck, Studio, written by Henry Shields and directed by Henry Lewis. This dark new comedy is from the award-winning Mischief, the team behind the global smash hit The Play That Goes Wrong and the BBC comedy series The Goes Wrong Show.

It’s the final night recording Wibble the Dragon. The show is massively over budget and under written. With one hour left to film 16 pages and an audience of children getting more and more impatient, the cast and crew know big cuddly heads are going to roll.

The last thing anyone needs is a failed actor showing up with a sinister vendetta and his own dragon costume. In this adult take on a kids’ TV show more than just careers will die.

Access

The touch tour is available for the audio described performance only, and will be an add-on as you book.

For audiences attending with an autism spectrum disorder, sensory or processing disorder or a learning disability we have put together a Social Story that describes what to expect when you visit Good Luck, Studio. Please note it does contain spoilers.

Read our Social Story

Discounts

Groups of 10+ can get £2 off tickets, excluding the first two performances.

Content Warning

This show is recommended for those aged 14 and over, it contains strong language, emotive themes of an adult nature, a bomb threat, hostage situation, loud bangs & gun shots. We’ve prepared a trigger and content warning document for you to read if you think you may be affected, it is available on the Mischief website at the link below. Please be aware this document contains multiple spoilers.

Click here for the full content warning

Trailer

Audience Reactions

More video content can be found on our YouTube or Social Media.

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Adam Byron

Anthony

Theatre includes: The Play That Goes Wrong (Duchess); Lights! Camera! Improvise! (Old Laundry Theatre and London Comedy Store); The Liberation of Colette Simple (St James) and Waiting for Lefty (Theatre Royal Haymarket). Film includes: Kung Fury 2: The Movie; The Love Punch; Pick Your Own (short) and Widdershins (short). Television includes: Casualty; Suffragettes; Doctors; The Great War and Peep Show.

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Bryony Corrigan

Saoirse

Theatre credits include: Magic Goes Wrong (Vaudeville Theatre); Groan Ups (Vaudeville Theatre); Mischief Movie Night In (Vaudeville Theatre and Live Streaming); Clear White Light (Live Theatre); Mischief Movie Night (Arts Theatre & UK tour); My Romantic History (Live Theatre); The Play That Goes Wrong (Duchess Theatre & Lyceum Theatre on Broadway); Peter Pan Goes Wrong (Apollo Theatre) and How I Learned to Drive (Southwark Playhouse). Television credits include: Anansi Boys (Amazon); Series regular Vanessa in The Goes Wrong Show Series 1 & 2 (Big Talk for BBC); Good Omens (Amazon/BBC); A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong (BBC); Peter Pan Goes Wrong (BBC); Inspector George Gently (BBC); Holby City (BBC) and Downton Abbey (Carnival for ITV). Radio: Our Friends in the North (BBC Radio 4) and Christmas Goes Wrong (BBC). Video Games: Squadron 42 and Dark Souls 3.

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Eboni Dixon

Pam

Theatre includes: Secret Cinema’s Bridgerton; Mischief Theatre’s Peter Pan Goes Wrong (UK tour), Wings for Philomel (Southwark Playhouse); Sundown Town (Tristan Bates Theatre); Cinderella (Lyric Hammersmith); The Beauty Project and Street Scene (Young Vic) and Bugsy Malone (Secret Cinema).

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Jemma Geanaus

Elizabeth

Theatre includes: Gangsta Granny (UK tour); Taming of the Clueless (The Show Must Go Online); Dick Whittington (Hackney Empire); Peter Pan (Troubadour White City Theatre/National Theatre); Tina, The Tina Turner Musical (Original Cast – Aldwych Theatre); Jack and the Beanstalk (Salisbury Playhouse); Spamalot (English Theatre Frankfurt); American Idiot (Arts Theatre & UK tour); Dusty (Charing Cross Theatre); Hairspray (York Opera House); The BFG (Birmingham Rep) and Bare (Greenwich Theatre). Screen work includes: Matilda (due for release in 2022); Call the Midwife (BBC); Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again; One Man Walking and Boy Blue Entertainment.

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Harry Kershaw

Sean

Theatre includes: Boris the Third (Edinburgh Fringe); What’s New Pussycat? (Birmingham Rep); Mischief Movie Night (Vaudeville Theatre, Arts Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe & UK tour); Edmond de Bergerac (Birmingham Rep & UK tour); The Madness of George III (Nottingham Playhouse); This House (National Theatre/Headlong, UK tour); Peter Pan Goes Wrong (Apollo Theatre & UK tour); The Play That Goes Wrong (Duchess Theatre); One Man Two Guvnors (Theatre Royal Haymarket) and The Circle Game (David Luff Productions/Old Vic New Voices). Television includes: Jerk (Roughcut Television for BBC3); The Emily Atack Show (Monkey Kingdom Ltd for ITV2); Peter Pan Goes Wrong (Christmas Special) (BBC); The Interceptor (BBC Productions); Cuckoo (Roughcut for BBC3); Wallander (Left Bank for BBC) and Endeavour (Mammoth for ITV). Film includes: Great Expectations (BBC Films) and Skyfall (MGM).

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Chris Leask

Toby

Theatre credits include: Everyone Else in The Comedy About A Bank Robbery (Criterion Theatre); Trevor in The Play That Goes Wrong (Duchess Theatre); Trevor in Peter Pan Goes Wrong (Apollo Theatre and UK tour); Ken in Love Your Soldiers (Sheffield Crucible); Jaime in Staunch (Arcola Theatre and Theatre503); Jez in I Need To Vent (The Vaults Festival); Kelvis in Just for Fun: Totally Random (The Camden People’s Playhouse) and Michael in Same Time Next Week (Edinburgh Festival). TV and film credits include: The Ark (Syfy); The Goes Wrong Show (Big Talk); We Hunt Together (Grafton House); Casualty (BBC); Christmas Carol Goes Wrong (BBC); Nutritiously Nicola (Double Yay Prod.); Peter Pan Goes Wrong (BBC); Call the Midwife (BBC); PhoneShop (Retort); The Javone Prince Show (BBC); Frankie (BBC); Breathless (ITV); Being Me (Misunderstood Productions); Charity (Jimmy Dean) and Get Griffin Back (Chris Cory).

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Sophia Lorenti

Michaela

Theatre includes: Ali Baba and The Forty Thieves (Illyria Outdoor Tour); Momentary Insight (The London Improv Theatre); THARK (The Drayton Arms Theatre); Walter and Maisy Have a Very Long Day (Barnes Oso Arts Centre); As You Like It and Anne Boleyn (Drama Studio London). Film Includes: Lake Placid vs. Anaconda (Netflix) and 51 (Muddville Fz-llc).

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Greg Tannahill

Kevin

Theatre includes: The Play That Goes Wrong (UK tour, West End & Broadway) The Comedy About A Bank Robbery (West End); Peter Pan Goes Wrong (West End); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Lamb Players); Beyond Beauty (Rebel Theatre); Events While Guarding the Bofors Gun (Pennard Road Productions); Irons (Local Girl Productions) and The Shoemaker’s Holiday (Sam Wannamaker Festival, Shakespeare’s Globe). Television includes: The Goes Wrong Show (BBC); A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong (BBC); Peter Pan Goes Wrong (BBC); The Royal Variety Performance 2015 (The Play That Goes Wrong).

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Gareth Tempest

David Cooper-Brown

Theatre includes: Three runs of West End smash hit show The Comedy About a Bank Robbery (Mischief Theatre/Kenny Wax); Classic! (Hope Mill Theatre/Edinburgh Fringe Festival); Property (All Ignite Theatre); Loot and The Invisible Man (Black RAT Productions); Cinderella and Twelfth Night (Riverfront Theatre); Dagestan (Penned in the Margins); Adventures in Wonderland (Les Enfants Terribles); Jack and the Beanstalk and Dick Whittington (Hiss and Boo Productions); Macbeth and The Comedy of Errors (Ed Viney), It’s a Family Affair (We’ll Settle It Ourselves) (Sherman Theatre); The Lonesome West (Alma Tavern Theatre); The Wicked Lady (Circomedia) and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Tobacco Factory).

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Tom Walker

Andy

Tom Walker is best known for his satirical creation Jonathan Pie, which has garnered a huge worldwide online following and has led to live tours of the US and Australia as well as 4 major UK tours, playing & selling out venues such as The London Palladium & The Hammersmith Apollo. Before Pie, Tom was a jobbing (and usually out of work) actor with theatre credits including The 39 Steps (Criterion Theatre); playing Puck in two different opera productions of Benjamin Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Teatro Petruzzelli/Opera North); Twelfth Night (Oxford Shakespeare Company); Closer To Heaven (RUG) and Making It Up (Manchester Library). He also was once in an episode of Heartbeat and did an advert for Sainsbury’s. More recently he appeared in the BAFTA nominated drama Killed by My Debt.

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Henry Shields

Writer

Henry Shields is an Olivier award-winning writer and actor, best known for his work with the highly renowned theatre company Mischief, co-writing and appearing in many of their hit international productions.

Henry Lewis

Director

Henry Lewis is an Olivier award-winning writer, actor and Artistic Director of Mischief, whose work has been produced in over 40 countries worldwide.

Sara Perks – Designer
David Howe – Lighting Designer
Alexandra Faye-Braithwaite – Sound Designer
Richard Baker – Composer/Vocal Coach (Music)
Mary Howland – Vocal Coach (Text)
Richard Baker – Composition
Greg Tannahill – Fight Direction
Ali James – Movement Director
Jenkins McShane – Casting
Emmy Briggs* – Assistant Director

*6 month placement through the Birkbeck, University of London Director’s Scheme

Mischief are a bona-fide theatrical phenomenon. There really is no stopping them. 

Metro (on Mischief)

The funniest theatre troupe in Britain

The Telegraph (on Mischief)

You can tell that laughter is not far behind when Mischief are in town. 

Creative Reviews (on Mischief)

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