Thursday 29 June 2017 to Saturday 22 July 2017
Presented by Eastbourne Theatres and Talking Scarlet
It’s Brighton, 1963. Skiffle bands, East-End Gangsters, an 87 year old waiter with balance problems and one man with two needy bosses are set on a collision course in this frenetic comedy.
From the National Theatre One Man Two Guvnors went onto dominate the West End and Broadway – now the exquisite British comedy makes its Eastbourne Premiere for a perfect slice of irrepressible fun this summer.
A dash of pantomime, a whiff of music hall and a dollop of lunacy combine in this ludicrous plot with music, physical comedy and one-liners in a veritable tour de ‘farce’.
Described by the Daily Mail as ‘The funniest play on the planet’ don’t miss Eastbourne’s theatrical event of the year.
Based on the classic Italian comedy The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni and adapted by prizewinning playwright Richard Bean, with original songs and music by Grant Olding.
Wednesday & Saturday Matinee 2.30pm
First 2 nights £19 all seats (no concessions/discounts apply)
Monday - Thursday Evenings £19, £20, £22.50, £24.50
Friday & Saturday Evenings £19, £21, £24.50, £26.50
Wednesday Matinee £19 all seats
Saturday Matinee £19, £22
Concessions £1.50 off (evenings only)
Under 16s Half Price (max 2 per full price adult)
Groups buy 11+ tickets get 10% off (evenings only)
Friends of the Devonshire Park Theatre 25% (First Tues Only)
Francis Henshall (Aidan O'Neill)
Rachel Crabbe (1st Gov) (Ruth Westley)
Stanley Stubbers (2nd Gov) (Dylan Turner)
Harry Dangle (Matt Devitt_
Alan Dangle (George Jennings)
Charlie Clench (Pat Kearns)
Dolly (Jessica Warbeck)
Lloyd Boateng (Trevor Georges)
Alfie (Peter Lovstrom)
Pauline Clench (Celeste Collier)
Gareth (Callum Hughes)