Press & PR Assistant, Ben Wooldridge (@benwooldridge) writes…
Yesterday, Swingin’ 60’s on-stage band The Craze from the National Theatre’s hit production of One Man, Two Guvnors treated the streets of Birmingham outside the theatre to a busking session full of songs from the show and plenty of 1960’s style.
Donned in swanky 1960’s gear, The Craze played their one and only Birmingham busking gig for the general public in the shadow of the theatre decked out in it’s huge promotional banner for the production.
The Craze play a pivotal role in the production, providing original musical interludes on stage full of nostalgic, foot-tapping melodies plus plenty of comic intervention from the principal cast.
One Man, Two Guvnors is a hilarious, non-stop comic romp celebrating the best of British comedy with satire, songs, slapstick and glittering one-liners – we have been amazed by the incredible feedback from our audiences over the past few nights, click here to read the buzz about the show on Twitter.
Take a look at pictures from yesterday’s event below and find out more about the production here.