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Gavin Spokes | One Man Two Guvnors | Interview

I briefly caught up with Gavin Spokes who plays the lead character Francis Henshall before the show. 647 more words


One Man Two Guvnors | The Hawth Crawley | Opening Night

Otherwise entitled – how to get a complex  :)

Things are hotting up at the Hawth in Crawley in preparation for the tonight’s opening night of… 605 more words


One Man Two Guvnors! |The Hawth, Crawley 18th - 23rd August.

As you know I do not usually promote things I haven’t seen, however many of my friends saw this in the West End and have raved about it so much that I am sticking my neck out on the line a bit here and suggest that you run along to… 291 more words


Women of a Certain Age Page

Todays experience of booking theatre tickets for our upcoming trip to Newcastle, has prompted me to blog about my theatre trips and more precisely about the location of the ladies toilets in those theatres. 227 more words


Nicholas Hytner on One Man, Two Guvnors

This September the National Theatre return to us with One Man, Two Guvnors. Seen by more than one million people worldwide, the show is a glorious celebration of British comedy. 969 more words


Not A Review: One Man, Two Guvnors, and Some Audience Participation

Last Tuesday I went to see the National Theatre tour of One Man, Two Guvnors, showing at the Kings Theatre Glasgow.   As it happened, so did almost everyone from my work – staff and students – as that afternoon we’d all received an email offering free tickets as a ‘graduation treat’.   991 more words

Acting Matters

REVIEW: One Man Two Guv'nors - King's Theatre, Glasgow

Review originally written for and published by http://www.thepublicreviews.com

It is testament to the writing skills of Richard Bean and the supreme talent of the energetic and committed cast that an obscure 18th Century Commedia dell’Arte farce has a packed audience of 21st Century Glaswegians rolling in the aisles. 409 more words