ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS Cast to Take to the Streets in Celebration of Birmingham Hippodrome Run
The National Theatre's production of One Man, Two Guvnors has now been seen by over 1 million people world-wide playing in cities across the globe including London's West End and Broadway, from Monday 26 - Saturday 31 May 2014 the unanimously critically acclaimed comedy arrives at Birmingham Hippodrome and to celebrate members of the cast are taking to the streets!
Donned in swanky 1960's gear, the on-stage band from the production, The Craze, will play their one and only Birmingham busking gig for the general public in the shadow of the city's instantly recognisable landmark of 60's architecture, The Rotunda.
This hilarious, non-stop comic romp based on Richard Bean's version of Carlo Goldoni's classic Italian comedy, The Servant of Two Masters is a glorious celebration of British comedy featuring satire, songs, slapstick and glittering one-liners.
The Craze play a pivotal role in the production, providing original musical interludes on stage full of nostalgic, foot-tapping melodies plus plenty of comic intervention from the principal cast.
One Man, Two Guvnors stars Shaun Williamson and Emma Barton, best known for their roles as Barry and Honey in Eastenders, plus Gavin Spokes in the central role of Francis Henshall which he played in London's West End.
One Man, Two Guvnors plays at Birmingham Hippodrome Monday 26 - Saturday 31 May 2014. Perf times; Mon-Sat eves 7.30pm, Wed mat 2pm, Sat mat 2.30pm. Tickets; £16.50-£35, call 0844 338 5000 or visit birminghamhippodrome.com. 5% transaction charge applies (excl. cash sales in person) plus £1 postage. Phone calls from 5p per minute. Prices and discounting subject to change.