By Richard Bean
Based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni
With songs by Grant Olding
Directed by Lotte Wakeham

Having delighted audiences around the globe the 5 star hit comedy explodes into Bolton this summer!

It’s 1963 and Francis Henshall has just been fired from his skiffle band. In search of food and romance, he soon finds himself juggling not one but two new jobs.

What Francis doesn’t know is that his first guvnor, small time crook Roscoe Crabbe, is actually Roscoe’s twin sister Rachel, in disguise as her dead brother, who was killed by her boyfriend, Stanley Stubbers. To complicate matters further, Francis’ second boss is none other than Stanley Stubbers, on the run and desperate to be reunited with Rachel.

All Francis needs to do is keep his two guvnors apart - simple!

What follows is a hilarious mix of slapstick, farce and live music. This side-splittingly funny, new production of the global hit comedy is not to be missed.

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Siobhan Athwal

Siobhan Athwal

Rachel Crabbe
Alexander Bean

Alexander Bean

Matthew Ganley

Matthew Ganley

Laurie Jamieson

Laurie Jamieson

Stanley Stubbers
Polly Lister

Polly Lister

Qasim Mahmood

Qasim Mahmood

Alan Dangle
Rodney Matthew

Rodney Matthew

Javier Marzan

Javier Marzan

Jordan Pearson

Jordan Pearson

Karl Seth

Karl Seth

Lauren Sturgess

Lauren Sturgess


Creative Team

Lotte Wakeham


Colin Falconer

Set Designer

Katie Scott

Costume Designer & Associate Set Designer

John Nicholson

Physical Comedy Director

Jordan Li-Smith

Musical Director

Jane Lalljee

Lighting designer

Andy Graham

Sound Designer

Olivia Barr

Casting Director

"Riotously funny"

The Stage

"this is as good as theatre gets"

Opening Night

“inspired physical comedy”

The Reviews Hub

“full-throated belly laughs from beginning to end”

British Theatre Guide

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