“You gotta concentrate ain’t ya, with two jobs. Kaw! I can do it, long as I don’t get confused” - Francis, ‘One Man Two Guvnors’
In August this year the Hayling Island Amateur Dramatic Society (HIADS) will celebrate 20 years since their first production at the Station theatre. The play selected to fill that distinguished slot is Richard Bean’s zany comedy, ‘One Man Two Guvnors’.
The play, that opened in 2011 at the National Theatre and starred James Corden was an instant success and given 5 star ratings by every national newspaper, with comments like; a riotous farce, most hilarious comic evening in the theatre. As with the original West End production HIADS will have live 60s music played between the scenes. The play is billed as a celebratory gala performance and the first performance will offer that ‘Gala’ experience to our audience, with a free drink and canapes.
One Man Two Guvnors is a play that smashes through the fourth wall and has some hilarious audience participation. With a large cast, a live band and HIADS technical brilliance, this will be tremendous fun and an ideal opener for HIADS next twenty years!
For more information visit www.stationtheatre.co.uk or telephone 023 9246 6363 for tickets. The box office is open Monday to Saturday from 10.00am until noon.