College Players are back in the Lime Tree this week with One Man, Two Guvnors
COLLEGE Players are back with the rip-roaring comedy One Man, Two Guvnors, this week.
The smash hit comedy by Richard Bean wowed audiences in London’s West End and on Broadway, winning Olivier and Tony awards – including Best Actor Tony for James Corden.
The Lime Tree production, taking place nightly from today, Tuesday until Saturday – November 8-12 – is directed by Dave Griffin.
College follow up last year’s hit Noises Off with Bean’s Guvnors – the first time it has been performed in Limerick – and build on successes in recent years with comedy hits such as The Rise and Fall of Little Voice and Lend Me A Tenor.
The cast features the multi-award winning Aódan Fox in the lead role of Francis Henshall, making his debut with College, as well as stalwarts Brian McNamara, Jean McGlynn, Padhraic Hastings and Chris Rowley and returning Liam O’Brien, Miriam Ball, Rachel Griffin and Dan Mooney, plus debuts for Lee Dillon, Paddy Kelly and Eoghan Ahern.
See www.limetreetheatre.ie for more and to book tickets.