The play opened in London’s glittering West End in 2011 to rave reviews. In Brighton, 1963, Rachel Crabbe is pretending to be her twin brother Roscoe in an attempt to con an old rival, Charlie Clench, out of over six thousand pounds. The play follows her hired hand, Francis, who inadvertently accepts work from a second master, Stanley Stubbers, and who must keep his two masters apart to avoid discovery in this wittily written and energetic script filled with a host of memorable characters and electrifying set-pieces. This amateur production by the Village Players of One Man Two Guvnors is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Ltd.
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