Buy tickets to see One Man, Two Guvnors and get up to 32% off
Special Offer: Limited offers available for stalls, dress circles and balcony seats - offer ends now
In Richard Bean's English version of Carlo Goldoni's classic Italian comedy The Servant of Two Masters, sex, food and money are high on the agenda.
The plot is as bonkers as the play - Henshall is booted out of his skiffle rock 'n' roll band and falls on hard times, before being appointed to mind Roscoe Crabbe's salacious affairs. But Roscoe isn't Roscoe - he, or rather she, is really Rachel Crabbe, posing as her dead brother's sister and she wants money from the family. Meanwhile, gluttonous Henshall moonlights with another 'guvnor', Stanley Stubbers - who just happens to be Rachel's suitor and Roscoe's killer - he is awaiting her company and, most importantly, her (or rather, the family's money). So, Francis' simple task is to keep his two bosses apart without giving his own game away - what could possibly go wrong?
This production will run at the Theatre Royal Haymarket until 31st August 2013 and we have special offers for you to go and see it at a bargain.
The Offers: (subject to availability)
- Summer Sale Stalls and Dress Circle Tickets - £39.99 was £58.50, a saving of 32% (Valid Monday - Friday evenings and Wednesday Matinee performances until now)
- Gallery tickets - £12.00 and NO booking fee (Valid Monday to Friday evening and Wednesday Matinee performances until now)
- Upper Circle Tickets - £29.99 was £39, a saving of 23% (Valid Monday - Friday Evening and Wednesday Matinee performances until now)
- Various pre-theatre dinner and show packages available - prices starting at £22.50
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