Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense
Direct from the West End!
A new play adapted from the works of P.G Wodehouse
By The Goodale Brothers
Directed by Sean Foley
The hit West End comedy is now on tour. This hilarious production layers joy on joy, joke on joke, in a delightful evening of theatrical absurdity featuring P.G Wodehouse’s iconic double act.
When a country house weekend takes a turn for the worse, Bertie Wooster is unwittingly called on to play matchmaker, but also to steal a silver cow creamer from Totleigh Towers. Naturally, the ever dependable Jeeves is there to prevent Bertie from making a fool of himself in front of a cast of Wodehouse’s finest characters.
Enjoy an evening of raucous comedy in the company of Gussie Fink-Nottle, Madeline Bassett, Sir Watkin Bassett, Dahlia Travers, Roderick Spode and Constable Oates!
Laugh out loud funny, Perfect Nonsense is the comedy of the year. Book now.
Theatre credits include; Peter in Doing The Business (Courtyard Theatre) Bernard in Seasons Greetings (Union Theatre) Richard in Key For Two (Vienna's English Theatre), Frank in How's The World Treating You? (The Union Theatre/ Silver Thread Productions ) Herr Sonnenstich, Herr Knochenbruch, Herr Stiefel in Spring Awakening The Musical (The English Theatre Frankfurt), Bill in Perfect Wedding (Vienna's English Theatre), Dick Pentwick in Love's A Luxury (Vienna's English Theatre) Christopher in The Mousetrap, (St Martin's Theatre West End), Edmund in Original Spin (New End & Criterion Theatre/ Oddkasst Productions) Simon in Hayfever (Salisbury Playhouse Theatre) Curio & Priest in Twelfth Night (British Actors Theatre Company), Rosalind, As You Like It (English Theatre Of Hamburg), Victor in A Patriot For Me (Royal Shakespeare Company), Edwin in Flora (Oxfordshire Touring Company), Philip in The Lion In Winter, (Haymarket Theatre), Roller in The Robbers (London Stage Company)Film: Frank Gerrard, The Rise And Fall Of The Krays, Ken Brown, Sebastian Brown and Craig Tuohy Television: The Bill (Pearson/Thames Television) , The Princess Of Wales (Teliesyn/BBC Television)
Joseph trained at LAMDA
Theatre includes: Pocket Comedy (Propeller Tour); A Midsummers Night's Dream/The Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night/The Taming of the Shrew (Propeller Tour); I Killed Rasputin (Edinburgh Festival); Moonlight and Magnolias and Someone Who'll Watch Over Me (Perth Theatre); A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Glasgow Citizens), The School of Night (Soho Theatre), Terror 2010 (Southwark Playhouse), The Merchant of Venice (Lamb House), Mary Mother of Frankenstein (Theatre National Brussels/Saltzberg Festival), Peter and Vandy (Theatre 503), Cyrano de Bergerac (Chichester Festival Theatre), Hamlet, Much Ado About Nothing and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Stafford Castle), Cyrano de Bergerac (Manchester Royal Exchange), Tartuffe (Watermill/Tour), Macbeth (Leicester Haymarket), The Importance of Being Earnest (Bristol Old Vic), The Spanish Golden Age Season - Pedro, The Great Pretender, The Dog in The Manger (RSC/West End) and Tamar’s Revenge (RSC), Incarnate (Edinburgh), Snowbound (ETC Theatre).
Television includes: Wallander, Family Business and Bloody Britain.
Theatre includes: Dr Faustus (Shakespeare’s Globe), Laburnum Grove (Finborough Theatre) The Lady from The Sea (The Rose Theatre, Kingston), Vanya (The Gate) A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare’s Globe), Timon of Athens (Shakespeare’s Globe), Ghosts (Young Vic), Measure for Measure (National Tour), The Rivals (RSC), Romeo and Juliet (RSC) Comedy of Errors (RSC), School for Scandal (RSC), The Tempest (Liverpool Playhouse), Festen (National Tour), Scenes from An Execution (Hackney Empire), Uncle Vanya (Birmingham Rep), Hamlet (Riverside Studios and tour), Dr. Faustus (Greenwich Theatre), The Impressario from Smyrna (Old Red Lion), Mirandolina (Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith), Stoopud F’en Animals (Traverse Theatre), The Duchess of Malfi, (Greenwich Theatre and Wyndhams Theatre), Love for Love ( New End Theatre), The Queen and I (Out of Joint, Australian Tour), Cyrano de Bergerac (RSC at the Swan in Stratford and Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue), Still Life (Angels in the Architecture), Taming of the Shrew (National Tour, Thelma Holt), Arcadia (Bristol Old Vic), The Importance of Being Earnest (Bristol Old Vic), The Code of the Woosters and Right Ho (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh Festival).
Television includes Holding on, Births,Marriages and Deaths, Midsummer Murders, The Bill, Heartbeat, Foyles War, The Brief, Holby City, Killing Hitler, Doc Martin, City of Vice.
Film includes: Greatest Living Englishman
Radio includes Stiff Upper Lip, Salzburg in London.