Saturday 7 – Saturday 28 September
By Richard Bean
Based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni
With songs by Grant Olding
Richard Bean’s smash-hit comedy features a side-splitting mix of slapstick comedy, farce and live music by a talented skiffle band.
After being fired, Francis Henshall manages to secure two new jobs... One for small time gangster Roscoe Crabbe - who is really Roscoe’s sister, Rachel, in disguise as her dead brother. The other for Stanley Stubbers - Rachel’s boyfriend and killer of the real Roscoe. All Francis has to do is ensure his two guvnors don’t meet. What could go wrong?
School Tickets: £10 each with one teacher free with every ten tickets purchased
Free Backstage Tour: Wed 11 Sept, after 2.30pm performance
Post-Show Discussion: Thu 12 Sept, after 7.30pm performance (BSL Interpreted)
Playback: Wed 18 Sept, after 2.30pm performance
Production and Interpretation Workshop: available throughout the run
Exploring the Text Workshop: available throughout the run
Free sessions designed to share the theatre-making process with our audiences. Join us behind the scenes as we prepare for the opening night of One Man, Two Guvnors and get involved with everything from lighting to watching the final technical rehearsal. Early booking advised.
Suitable for: 14+