An additional performance of the hugely- popular Birmingham-based play Go and Play Up Your Own End at the city's Alexandra Theatre is to be staged specifically for workers of MG Rover, free of charge.
The extra performance of the sell-out show was added following the news of the closure of the Longbridge plant.
The cast - Jasper Carrott, Don Maclean, Malcolm Stent, Lizzie Wiggins and Dave Willetts - said they were shocked by the news of the closure of Rover and were determined to find a way of showing their support for the workers.
It is hoped the performance, on June 1 at 2pm, will provide a little light relief to the Longbridge workers. All participants in the performance have given their services free of charge.
Tickets for former Longbridge workers are free for the performance.
Workers should go to the box office at the Alexandra Theatre in person to collect their four free tickets and are asked to take a payslip with them as a means of identification.
The box office is open from Monday to Saturday between 10am and 6pm, or 8pm on event nights.
Andrew Lister, general manager of the Alexandra Theatre, said: "The staff of the Alexandra Theatre have been saddened and touched by the demise of Rover Longbridge and the plight of its employees.
"We are delighted to be able to show our support for the workers, thanks to the generosity of the cast and producers of Go and Play Up Your Own End."