Jon Lee, currently playing Frankie Valli at certain performances of Jersey Boys and Tina Barrett, who is now a solo singer-songwriter, joined Hannah Spearritt to help her celebrate her opening night playing Pauline Clench.
Spearritt is joined in the cast by Owain Arthur, who took over the leading role of Francis Henshall from James Corden as well as Jodie Prenger, Gemma Whelan, Martin Barrass, David Benson, Nigel Betts, Derek Elroy, Gerard Horan, Daniel Ings, Matthew Woodyatt and Ben Mansfield.
Richard Bean's adaptation of Carlo Goldoni's classic 18th-century Italian comedy The Servant of Two Masters, relocated to Brighton in the 1960s, premiered on 25 May 2011 (previews from 17 May) at the NT Lyttelton, where it ran in rep until 19 September before touring to Aylesbury, Plymouth, Salford, Birmingham and Edinburgh and transferring to the West End.
It opened on 21 November 2011 (previews from 8 November) at the West End's Adelphi Theatre, where it continues until 25 February 2012. The production, directed by NT artistic director Nicholas Hytner, currently co-stars Oliver Chris and Jemima Rooper as the two masters.
One Man, Two Guvnors continues at the Haymarket until 15 September 2012 when it will embark on its second UK tour playing dates in Blackpool, Belfast, Salford, Llandudno, Glasgow, Newcastle, Leicester, Leeds, Nottingham, Norwich and Cardiff.
The cast and crew were joined to celebrate their opening night by guests including Alicia Davies, Anneka Rice, Michael Buerk, Steven Webb, Siubhan Harrison, Philip Correia, Marc Elliot and David Poynor.
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