Hanging above the guests were vintage lampshades, skiffle inspired instruments and lovely green ferns.

An antique fireplace was placed in the archway of the dining space with the two styles of wallpaper on the exposed brick wall surrounding it.

Flowers, stacked trunks and various props similar to those in the show were placed around the hearth, creating a focal point for the room.

The final reference to the comedy was a skiffle band, like the one heavily featured in the comedy, which played in the foyer as guests arrived at the Theatre.

Similar to their appearance in the show between each scene, the band entered the dining room with a 1 minute performance between each course.

TCM produced a private dinner at the Sydney Theatre for VIP guests including the cast and crew of the smash hit comedy from London’s National Theatre, One Man, Two Guvnors. Drawing inspiration from the comedic tones of this acclaimed show along with the quirky interior details from the 60’s era, TCM once again partnered with the team at Cool Edies to create an intimate dining room featuring 2 styles of wallpaper with a colour palette of greens, gold and cream.

One long dining table for 40 guests was centered inside the Richard Wherrett Studio, where settings were framed by placemats made from the wallpaper. Bespoke accents included napkins tied with bow ties in various 60′s inspired patterns, mini cricket bats doubling as guest’s name cards in reference to the Cricketers Arms Pub featured in the show and mismatched vases of beautiful mixed florals.