One Man, Two Guvnors

owain arthur (francis henshall) returns to the cast of richard beans comedy at the theatre royal haymarket with sam alexander (stanley stubbers), amy cudden (rachel crabbe), angela griffin (dolly), kellie shirley (pauline clench) and peter caulfield (alfie)
one man, two guvnors
cast change

17th October 2013 - owain arthur (francis henshall) returns to the cast of richard beans comedy at the theatre royal haymarket with sam alexander (stanley stubbers), amy cudden (rachel crabbe), angela griffin (dolly), kellie shirley (pauline clench) and peter caulfield (alfie)

rufus hound (francis henshall) joins the cast of richard beans award-winning play, one man, two guvnors at the theatre royal haymarket
one man, two guvnors
cast change

12th February 2013 - rufus hound (francis henshall) joins the cast of richard beans award-winning play, one man, two guvnors at the theatre royal haymarket

owain arthur (francis henshall), ben mansfield (stanley stubbers), gemma whelan (rachel crabbe), hannah spearritt (pauline clench), gerard horan (charlie clench), jodie prenger (dolly), nigel betts (harry dangle) and daniel ings (alan dangle) transfer the award winning one man, two guvnors to its third west end home, the theatre royal haymarket
one man, two guvnors
haymarket transfer

13th March 2012 - owain arthur (francis henshall), ben mansfield (stanley stubbers), gemma whelan (rachel crabbe), hannah spearritt (pauline clench), gerard horan (charlie clench), jodie prenger (dolly), nigel betts (harry dangle) and daniel ings (alan dangle) transfer the award winning one man, two guvnors to its third west end home, the theatre royal haymarket

james corden (francis henshall), oliver chris (stanley stubbers) and jemima rooper (rachel crabbe) transfer richard beans one man, two guvnors to the adelphi after its acclaimed run at the national theatre
one man, two guvnors
west end transfer

21st November 2011 - james corden (francis henshall), oliver chris (stanley stubbers) and jemima rooper (rachel crabbe) transfer richard beans one man, two guvnors to the adelphi after its acclaimed run at the national theatre