Award-winning celebration of British comedy
Richard Bean's well-loved play sees Francis Henshall becoming a minder to Roscoe Crabbe after being fired from his skiffle band. But when Roscoe finds out he's actually Rachel Crabbe posing as her own dead brother, Henshall sees his meal ticket and takes a job with Stubbers as well. To avoid discovery, he must keep his two guvnors apart. But it's all easier said than done. Comic monologues, mounting confusion, and spontaneous audience interaction makes this show one not to be missed. Best available royal circle or stalls seating.
"...you still leave the theatre with aching ribs and a huge, goofy smile on your face."