Reviews round-up for One Man, Two Guvnors at the National Theatre, starring James Corden.
Nicholas Hytner’s production of One Man, Two Guvnors is a smash-hit for the National.
James Corden’s performance as Francis Henshall is relished by the critics, along with Oliver Chris, Jemima Rooper and the rest of the cast.
Richard Bean’s adaptation, based on by Carlo Goldoni ‘s The Servant of Two Masters, with songs by Grant Olding, will follow it’s National Theatre run with a UK tour and a West End run at the Adelphi Theatre, from November.
Read a round-up of One Man, Two Guvnors reviews, below.
Average rating score for this production:
“The National, in taking on an old Italian play, has not only improved Goldoni but also struck gold.”
“Corden, with a face like an enormous potato and a physical dexterity that is astonishing in one so corpulent, brings a winningly warm and harassed humanity to the role.”
“A deliriously daft and diabolically joke stuffed entertainment by Richard Bean.”
Date: 25 May 2011
Written by: WestEndTheatre
Tags: Adelphi Theatre, James Corden, National Theatre, Nicholas Hytner, One Man Two Guvnors, Richard Bean