£10 tickets to 'One Man, Two Guvnors' - ★★★★ (Time Out)
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- See Richard Bean's award-winning laugh-out-loud comedy that has had audiences rolling in the aisles since 2011, 'One Man, Two Guvnors', from as little as £10!
- Witness the return of the hilarious Owain Arthur as he reprises his role of the cheeky chappy Francis Henshall in this English adaptation of the classic 1743 Italian comedy play, 'Servant of Two Masters'.
- Given five stars by: Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, Evening Standard, Financial Times, Guardian, Independent, Metro, The Sun and The Times, this show is hard to beat.
Set in 1960's Brighton, loveable fool Francis Henshall is employed by two men - Roscoe Crabbe, a local gangster and Stanley Stubbers, an upper class criminal - after being fired from his skiffle band. But what Francis doesn't know is that Roscoe is actually Rachel posing as her dead brother who has been killed by her boyfriend Stanley. Confused? Well, it all makes sense in this hysterical, slapstick farce.
From Time Out's four-star review:
Reliably outrageous writer Richard Bean has relocated Carlo Goldoni's Italian farce 'The Servant of Two Masters' to dodgy 1960s Brighton, where he has souped it up with puns, surrealism, drag, cockney dolls, cartoonish conmen, Benny Hill-style chases and lashings of slapstick... The result is a sharply styled tribute to retro British comedy: the perfect get-away vehicle to escape the blues.
Need to know:
- This voucher is valid for one ticket to 'One Man, Two Guvnors' valid on selected performances from November 5 - December 24 2013.
- Please select your preferred option at check out.
- Band A tickets were £58.50 (now £35), Band B tickets were £49.50 (now £25) and Band C tickets were £15 (now £10. Please note that the marked discount is based on the largest possible saving.
- Customers booking multiple vouchers will be sat together.
- Please note that tickets are allocated by the box office and not by Time Out.
- This voucher cannot be cancelled, refunded or exchanged or used in conjunction with any other offer.