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One Man, Two Guvnors at Theatre Royal Haymarket

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The funniest show in the West End
One Man, Two Guvnors is a multiple award-winning show currently playing at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. The show is about Francis Henshall who becomes governor to both Roscoe Crabbe and Stanley Stubbers. Roscoe is really Rachel, who is posing as her dead brother, who was killed by her boyfriend - Stanley Stubbers. Francis must work to keep his two guvnors apart and his guvnors must work to keep their identities a secret.

Photo by Erin Connelly.

The show features a unique combination of original music (played by The Craze), slapstick comedy, improv, audience interaction, and literally laugh out loud scenes. The funniest parts of the play rely on the element of surprise, so not much more of the plot can be revealed here.

Photo by Erin Connelly.

The lead role of Francis Henshall has been played by James Corden, who won a Tony Award for his performance, Rufus Hound, and Owain Arthur, who returned to the role in September 2013. Booking and cast details are available at the official website.
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Why? The funniest show in the West End
When: Booking until March 2014
Phone: 020 7452 3000
Where: Theatre Royal Haymarket, 18 Suffolk St, London SW1Y 4HT
Cost: From 12; see website for details
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