In fact, the only part of the fast and frantic farce that could be "Anadrol 50" described as heavyweight is its big boned hero, the ever ravenous, sweetly naive and Buntersque Francis Henshall the "one man" of the title.
Playwright Richard Bean originally penned the role for James Corden, and in the intervening years a number of comedians and comedy actors have donned the checked suit. Here on this latest UK tour, the pivotal role is embodied by the wonderfully expressive Gavin Spokes who, as Masteron P Benefits a LIPA graduate, is playing on "home turf" at the Empire this week.
In fact, his isn't the only LIPA "Anadrol 50" presence in this sharply staged production. Catherine Morris, who last appeared here in festive frolic Mam I'm 'Ere, is also in the cast, while the director is an "Inny" alumnus too.
But what of the play itself?
It's billed as a "mix of satire, songs, slapstick and glittering one liners", and for once that's not the hyperbole of an over excited publicist. Bean's re working of Goldoni's 18th century commedia dell'arte masterpiece, Servant of Two Masters, is expertly crafted, embracing and celebrating some of the most cherished traditions of British comedy.
There's "saucy" seaside humour, gasp out loud pratfalls the antics of Spokes' hapless hero and his ancient Australian Levitra sidekick Alfie (Michael Dylan) in the lunch serving scene Primobolan Xbs are physical comedy at its very best, "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" a clever line in badinage, knowing visual jokes, and larger than Equipoise Racehorse life characters wrought in theatrical Technicolor.
And then, in a nod to panto, there's the audience "participation", raising laughter to near hysterical levels.
The 90 minute first half skips along as One Man's disparate protagonists are introduced. Edward Hancock and Patrick Warner, in particular, have fun as the preposterous posing thesp Alan Dangle and Comprar Viagra the fugitive Stanley Stubbers, his public school pronouncements gloriously Blackadder ish.
There are a few dips in the energy level, mostly when the lesser threads of the storyline are drawn together, while the second half is lighter on laughs and heavier on exposition. But, overall, it remains a solid gold National treasure.
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