In a city where no one can be trusted and the say everyone is a criminal this is the amusing story set in the 50's about an attempted robbery of a 500,000$ diamond from the Minneapolis City Bank.

This is precisely the case as convicts, prision officers, bank staff and family are all in on the worse kept secret.

Written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Sheilds the core members of Mischief Theatre their first piece was The Play That Goes Wrong (winner - Best New Comedy, Olivier Awards and Whats On Stage Awards) you know you're not going to be disappointed.

It's hilarious, fast paced, one liners a plenty from the start (they just keep on coming) the whole cast deliver a quality evenings entertainment.

Understudy Tom Hopcroft played the role of doctor, lawyer, rabi... actually pickpocket Sam brilliantly alongside his wannabee rich girlfriend Caprice (Julia Frith) making her professional debut with a worthy performance.

A special mention for George Hannigan (Everyone Else) who, at one point plays three characters at once - outstanding.

One of my favourite scenes is looking into the bank office from above - superbly executed, how did they do that?

Runs until Saturday, 16th February at the Bristol Hippodrome