One Man Two Guvnors


Moya Holmes

June 2016


One Man Two Guvnors by Richard Bean
Based on The Servant Of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni.
Including the song from the original National Theatre production Tomorrow Looks Good From Here by Grant Olding and Richard Bean.

Queen’s Hall, Theatre Club brings you satire, songs, slapstick and general mayhem with “one of the funniest productions in the National Theatre’s history”.
Brighton, 1963. Francis Henshall has been fired from his skiffle band and lands not one, but two jobs, hurtling him into an underworld of crooked deals, disguises and criminals on the run. Not to mention falling for a gorgeous bird called Dolly. How can he keep his two guvnors apart as well as getting off with Dolly?
“You got to concentrate ain’t ya, with two jobs. Kaw!
I can do it, long as I don’t get confused. But I get confused easily . . . . . . .” Don’t miss it!