One Man, Two Guvnors extended to end of next summer
Date Posted: 01/10/12
Hit comedy One Man, Two Guvnors has had its run at the Theatre Royal Haymarket extended until Saturday, August 31st, 2013, ensuring 200,000 more tickets are available.
People booking London theatre breaks now have even more time to see the play, which tells the story of an unemployed skiffle band member who has to take on two jobs working for separate gangsters, requiring him to keep them very much apart.
It was first debuted at the National Theatre last year, with James Corden, the writer and star of Gavin and Stacey, leading the cast.
Due to its popularity, it was moved to London's West End in November, while the original cast headed stateside to bring Richard Bean's tale to US audiences, leaving a new set of actors to carry it on in London.
Owain Arthur plays the lead role Francis Henshall and he is supported by Jodie Prenger, Ben Mansfield, Phil Cornwell and Rhona Croker. Original cast member Tom Edden is to return to the line-up from Monday, November 19th to reprise his role of Alfie the waiter.
Posted by Becky Spence
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