One Man, Two Guv’nors

This amazing performance written by and starring James Corden (Smithy from Gavin and Stacy) is a spectacular addition to the stage. James Corden is hilariously funny and the plot is well thought out and well adapted from the original play: The servant of two masters. The main plot is about a man, Francis Hensall (played by James Corden), who lives in the swinging sixties. He needs money and is out of a job and so takes jobs from two people, Roscoe (who is actually Rachel) and Stanley. Stanley and Rachel are dating and, when they book rooms in the same hotel with one servant, hilarity ensues. I know I am only 14, but I like to believe I can pick out good theatre performances, and this is definitely one of them. I totally recommend watching this show, although it has now moved to Broadway, making it hard if you do not live in New York


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