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In the West End, the closure will continue up to and including 2 August 2020 (announced on 3 June).
The show below will not currently be playing and is scheduled to close by 28 June 2020 (when theatres might reopen - this is subject to confirmation).
Original performance dates are given below and reflect any changes we have received.
Closed 19 Oct 2019
Queen's Theatre Hornchurch
Image courtesy Queen's Theatre Hornchurch
After being fired from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall is skint and hungry.
He manages to secure a new job as a minder for small time gangster Roscoe Crabbe.
What Francis doesn't know, is his new guvnor is really Roscoe's sister Rachel in disguise as her own dead brother, who has been killed by her boyfriend Stanley Stubbers.
To further complicate things, Francis nabs a second job working for that very Stanley Stubbers who is hiding from the police.
All Francis has to do to ensure his two guvnors don't meet.
What could go wrong?
Background, advisory warnings
Age suitability: Not available
One Man, Two Guvnors is a side-splitting mix of physical comedy, farce and live music and has remained a huge hit with audiences and the press alike since the National Theatre's production opened to rave reviews in 2011.
The play continued to be a runaway success when it later toured the UK, played in the West End and on Broadway and later played Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand, plus further UK tours.
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Hornchurch RM11 1QT
Performance days & times
Monday ‑ 7‑30pm
Tuesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Wednesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Thursday ‑ 8‑00pm (7‑30pm on 3 Oct)
Friday ‑ 8‑00pm
Saturday ‑ 8‑00pm
Thursday - 2-30pm
Saturday - 2-30pm
Mon - Thu:
£19.50, £24.50, £28 (+ 65p QNew Transformation Fee)
Fri & Sat:
£22.50, £27, £30 (+ 65p QNew Transformation Fee)
Francis - David O'Reilly
Charlie - David Cardy
Pauline - Samantha Hull
Stanley - George Kemp
Rachel - Alice Frankham
Alfie - TJ Holmes
Harry - Ivan Stott
Lloyd - Duane Hannibal
Alan - Jack Brett
Gareth - Craig Armstrong
Dolly - Rosie Strobel
The Rozzers Skiffle Band:
Author: Richard Bean (based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni)
Composer: Grant Olding
Lyricist: Grant Olding
Director: Sarah Brigham
Designer: Neil Irish
Musical direction: Kelvin Towse
Lighting: Tim Skelly
Sound: Adam McCready for Poetical Machines Ltd
Visual effects: Tim Skelly (LX Designer)
Fight director: Ian Stapleton
Production: Queen's Theatre Hornchurch & Derby Theatre