Great fun was had by audiences and actors alike at our June production of "One Man Two Guvnors".
Writing in the Burton Mail, theatre critic Caroline Kay crafted a lengthy and hugely complimentary review, part of which read:
“What a treat…The play is, for me, the perfect recipe to get my chuckle muscles working overtime. Take a huge dollop of French farce, along with a smattering of silent comedy slapstick, sprinkle with a stellar cast and what do you have? A mouth-watering dish served up right on the doorstep.
Rob Tunley is simply brilliant as the confused and bemused leading man Henshall. He plays the role magnificently with impeccable comedy timing. In fact I don't think the role could have been better cast if the search had been on nationwide.
The rest of the cast is simply sublime. Jim Haywood, as always, is outstanding and gives a sparkling performance as 87-year-old waiter Alfie. Jim is a shining light on the Burton stage and his talent knows no bounds.
One Man Two Guvnors is fast and furious with quick-witted dialogue and more twists and turns than you can shake a stick at.
Hilarious from start to finish this has to be the must-see comedy of the year - if not the decade!”
Thanks Caroline! Pictured above are Rob as Henshall and Jim as Alfie.