The Crescent Theatre Company presents
One Man Two Guvnors
22 - 29 Sep in the Main House
There will be an After Dark discussion following the 19:30 performance on Fri, 28th Sep. Free to ticket holders.
Richard Bean’s hilarious adaptation of Carlo Goldini’s 18th century play is set in Brighton, 1963.
Bumbling Francis Henshall, sacked from a skiffle-band and permanently hungry, becomes separately employed by two men: Roscoe Crabbe, a gangster, and the ‘privately educated’ criminal, Stanley Stubbers. Francis is desperate that neither master should know about the other!
Larger-than-life characters create sub-plots verging on the absurd, as confusion is piled on confusion in this fast-paced spectacle of slap-stick, songs and brilliant one-liners!
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