IN their last main house production of the season, the popular Nonentities return with a play based on Carlo Goldoni’s riotous summer pantomime - the Servant of Two Masters.

One Man Two Guvnors - the West End and Broadway smash hit - has muscled its way onto Kidderminster’s Rose Theatre stage next month.

The play is set to startle, shock, captivate and wrestle with anyone brave enough to enter the hallowed portals.

A spokesman for the Nonentities said: “To say this piece is frantic, chaotic and made to the point of mayhem is an understatement.

“Francis Henshall, or ‘Oi You!’ to his friends, is trying to serve two guvnors - while also attempting to feed his face, but gangsters and supposed dead people are getting in his way.

“He is resourceful though and, despite threats, set backs and an eighty-seven-year-old incontinent, he has a reasonable chance of surviving.

“I wouldn’t hold your breath though.

“With singing, shouting and music from the 1960s, a pleasant atmosphere and a warm welcome at the Rose Theatre, One Man Two Guvnors runs next month - despite all the protests from the decent folk of Kidderminster.

“Come and see it at your peril.”

One Man Two Guvnors runs at the Rose Theatre between Monday, June 5, and Saturday, June 10, from 7.30pm each night.

Tickets are priced between £10 and £13.

For tickets for One Man Two Guvnors at the Rose Theatre, call the box office on 01562 743745.

Tickets can also be purchased by visiting the Rose Theatre’s website,