"Amy's found another body in a hotel room. There's a funny smell coming from one of Jim's storage units and Kate's losing it after spending all day with the police. There's no going back after what they've seen... When a man has lost all happiness, he's not alive. Call him a breathing corpse - Sophocles"
One Man Two Guvnors
"You got to concentrate aint ya, with two jobs. Kaw!”
Set in 1960’s Brighton and based on The Servant of Two Masters, chaos unfolds as ‘The Harlequin’, Francis Henshall juggles his desire to fulfil his basic human needs, whilst trying to hold down two jobs and stop his two guvnors, Rachel (disguised as Roscoe, the London gangster) and Stanley, the posh criminal, from crossing paths.
In this high energy farcical production by students of the University of Greenwich, the play has it all. From its slapstick style, to its devious plot of deception and disguise.
Will the truth be revealed...?