One Man, Two Guvnors Reviews - Theatre Royal Haymarket

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Venue Information
Theatre Royal Haymarket

Theatre Royal Haymarket
8 Haymarket
London
London
SW1Y 4HT

Seating Plan

Directions

Directions
(5mins) Go along Coventry Street and then take Haymarket on the right where the theatre will be approx. 200 metres along.

Show Information
Booking From: Friday, 28th February 2014
Booking Until: Saturday, 1st March 2014
Running Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Age Restriction: Suitable for ages 14+
Show Status: production_closed
Review Summary
Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 45 review(s)

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Latest Review: "The most un-funny thing I have seen for years. It is the firsttime I have ever walked out..."

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    Tuesday, 18th Feb 2014 by Rosemary Noden

The most un-funny thing I have seen for years. It is the first

time I have ever walked out of a production at any theatre. Worse than awful.........

    Sunday, 19th Jan 2014 by sally

fantastic slapstick comedy laughed till it hurt !!

    Wednesday, 8th Jan 2014 by brumus

Interesting you haven't added my review that I submitted yesterday?

The fact I gave it a poor rating nothing to do with it I guess?...




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    Tuesday, 7th Jan 2014 by Brumus

Unfortunately very disappointed. Read reviews and expected much more.

Humour was predictable and not that funny. Owain Arthur was very good and tried to lift it, and there were very funny phases but far too patchy.

Peter Caulfield as the 86-year-old waiter was the star of the show. He was hilarious. His timing immaculate, he did have me in stitches.

The scene setting at the start with all the names and relationships was difficult to take in as it was delivered at high speed, and whilst the first half was watchable, the second one dragged on and went nowhere.

Sorry!

    Wednesday, 1st Jan 2014 by Sheila Higgins

It was a great laugh from the start to the finish and we loved the improvisation and involving the audience. The setting of the play in the Btighton of the 1960s was also brilliiant and we thoroughly enjoyed the whole perfomance. I would recommend the show wholeheartedly to anyone out for a great evening at the theatre. The actors performed very well and we had a great time.

    Sunday, 8th Dec 2013 by Jill Holmes

Best show ever seen.

    Saturday, 7th Dec 2013 by J J

Saw this great farce with my husband and can only agree with previous reviews. A marvellous funny production and a super start to Christmas celebrations!

    Sunday, 17th Nov 2013 by Andrew

Saw this play whilst on a long weekend break, choose the play because of the write ups and we were not disappointed. We laughed from beginning to the end and the music supported the story line.

Do as I did read the reviews and go to see it, you wont be disappointed.

    Wednesday, 13th Nov 2013 by Mike Batten

This is the funniest play I have seen in a very long time, we didn't stop smiling for days after. The music is fantastic, the audience participation just has to be seen.

    Monday, 7th Oct 2013 by Deanna Day

I went with my school for a drama trip and i found it really funny. i would love to see it again. i would recommend to everyone. I laughed out loud the whole way through along with the rest of the audience. I loved everything about this show, including the Band, and I've recommended it to everyone I know. Will be going again with the family next.Basically you would be stupid not to go and see this show it was better and funnier than lee evens and Peter Kay put together I really couldn't fault the funniness and the actors performance. I can sort of see the commeida dellarte. now i think they should do mrs browns boys for a show. lol.

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