Laugh Out Loud Theatre


Have you ever laughed soo much that your face physically hurt? Well tonight that is exactly how I felt.
I met a friend in London we entered the daily draw for tickets to see The Book Of Mormon. The anticipation and the build up was so exciting.
It was until our names never appeared. Although I was pretty chuffed for the person who had entered a hundred times as they actually won today.

I go to the theatre quite a lot and more often than not I’m drawn to my favourite shows.
Today I saw something new in One Man Two Guvnors.
A truly laugh out loud show- I mean a theatregoer actually snorted. (No it was not me).
Having now seen the show I’m a little sad I never saw James Corden as Francis Henshall, although Rufus Hound was hilarious. I really don’t know when my face will stop hurting.
The show is fast paced and funny, I loved the fact that there is space for impromptu ad-lib. Rufus produced some cracking one liners that had the audience roaring with laughter myself included.

One Man Two Guvnors gives you a taste of 1960s Britain, with the entertainment starting with a 1960s style band before and during the show.

I don’t want to give too much away but the story is linked to the bumbling fool which is Francis Henshall (Rufus Hound) he’s hungry and wants to eat and earn some cash. He manages to end up with two jobs ultimately leading to two guvnors.

If you’re in need of a laugh make sure you check this show out. My face has definitely had a work out this evening. I’m not sure of the last time I laughed that much.


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