“I suspect that once word of mouth kicks in for the brilliantly funny
One Man, Two Guvnors, tickets will be hard to come by.
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– Michael Riedel,New York Post
ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS
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A show so funny
it made British theatre critics cry (with laughter).
“One of the most hilarious shows I have ever seen in a theatre.
I found myself physically incapable with laughter.”
–Charles Spencer, The Daily Telegraph
“Howlingly funny. I was crying with laughter.”
– Kate Bassett, The Independent
“Take an oxygen mask. Audience members clutch their chests with laughter… I thought I was going to keel over, so short was I of the old gasping stuff.”
– Quentin Letts, Daily Mail
“The single funniest production I've ever seen.”
– Mark Lawson, BBC
Winner of the Evening Standard Award and Critics’ Circle Award, ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS stars breakout comic actor James Corden (The History Boys, BBC’s “Gavin & Stacey”) as Francis Henshall (“ONE MAN”). Always hungry and easily confused, Francis agrees to work for “TWO GUVNORS,” a local gangster (Jemima Rooper) and a criminal in hiding (Oliver Chris)… both of whom are linked in a web of schemes, extortions and romantic associations... none of which Francis can keep straight. So he has to do everything in his power to keep his two guvnors from meeting, while trying to eat anything in sight along the way. Simple.
Directed by Tony® and Olivier Award winner Nicholas Hytner, Richard Bean's side-splitting comedy arrives on Broadway this spring, straight from a sold-out run in London’s West End.