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GROAN UPS

RESCHEDULED
Mon 5 - Sat 10 April 2021
Tickets £20-£39*

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Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, Mischief Theatre’s Groan Ups (19 – 24 October 2020) has been rescheduled for Spring 2021. 

Performances will now take place from Monday 5 – Saturday 10 April 2021. 

All tickets remain valid for the equivalent performances and have been transferred automatically. All affected customers have been contacted by email.

If you are unable to make the new performance dates or would prefer a full refund or credit note to the value of your booking, please contact the Box Office by emailing us at boxoffice@cambridgeartstheatre.com*.
* The Box Office will respond to all queries as soon as possible but may take longer than normal, due to reduced working hours. Please do not try and call the Theatre as we remain closed for the time being. Thank you for your understanding. 

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Following their phenomenal rise to global success with The Play That Goes Wrong, The Comedy About a Bank Robbery and Peter Pan Goes Wrong, the multi award-winning Mischief Theatre return with their brand-new comedy all about growing up. 

Do we choose who we become? Is the story of our lives already written? Do we ever really grow up?

Follow an unruly classroom of six year-olds on their journey through anarchic high school teenagers to the challenges of adulthood.

Bag your tickets early. This is a lesson not to be skipped!

Running Time

Approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes including an interval

Age Guidance

13+

Tickets

Monday - Saturday, 7.45pm
and Saturday, 2.30pm: £20/£29/£34/£39*
Thursday, 2.30pm: £20/£29/£34*

*All ticket prices include a £3 per ticket booking fee

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Gallery

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Videos

Groan Ups trailer

  • 'Comedy perfection… An auditorium of all ages nearly choked themselves to death laughing'

    Daily Mail
  • 'Utter joy. Top of the class'

    WhatsOnStage
  • 'A very funny farce. There’s no resisting jags of this calibre'

    Sunday Times