Jeeves And Wooster
Please be aware that Jeeves and Wooster contains strobe lighting and smoking on stage

Join James Lance as the effervescent, aristocratic fool Bertie Wooster and John Gordon Sinclair as his dutiful valet, Jeeves with Robert Goodale as Seppings in the critically acclaimed stage play Jeeves & Wooster in'Perfect Nonsense'.

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!

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The award-winning Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense has extended its booking period to 17 January 2015.

The comedy, based on PG Woodhouse's effervescent, aristocratic fool and his dutiful valet, opened last November and is currently running at the Duke Of York's Theatre.

From this week, John Gordon Sinclair and James Lance will take over the roles of Jeeves and Wooster, and will continue in London until 20 September before embarking on a UK tour which begins in Guildford.


John Gordon Sinclair and James Lance will play iconic duo Jeeves and Wooster in the Olivier Award-winning hit Perfect Nonsense in the West End and on tour, replacing the current cast, Robert Webb and Mark Heap, from 30 June 2014. Co-writer Robert Goodale will take over from Mark Hadfield as Seppings.
Winning Best New Comedy at the 2014 Olivier Awards and based on and adapted from the established literary works of P.G. Wodehouse, the play began previews at the Duke of York's Theatre last October. Due to an overwhelming audience response, the production has extended in the West End to 20 September 2014. It will then begin a ten date UK tour, visiting Guildford, Cambridge, Newcastle, Norwich, Reading, Salford, Cheltenham, Southampton, Glasgow and Bath.

John Gordon Sinclair is an Olivier Award-winning Scottish actor best-known for playing Gregory in Bill Forsyth's iconic 1981 film Gregory's Girl. In 1995 he won the Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his performance in She Loves Me (West End). John most recently played Professor Marcus in the West End run of The Ladykillers. Other stage credits include The Producers, Absurd Person Singular (both West End) and The Invisible Man (Menier Chocolate Factory). John recently appeared alongside Brad Pitt in the thriller World War Z. His acclaimed debut novel Seventy Times Seven was published in 2012.
James Lance is well-known for his numerous roles comedy series including Teachers, The Book Group, Smack the Pony and I'm Alan Partridge. He has also appeared on screen in films such as Marie Antoinette directed by Sofia Coppola and Bel Ami which starred Robert Pattinson. James' stage credits include Celebrity Autobiography (Leicester Square Theatre) and Ingredient X (Royal Court).


Comedy stars Mark Heap and Robert Webb have been confirmed to take over from Stephen Mangan and Matthew Macfadyen to play the roles of Jeeves and Wooster from 7 April 2014. Mark Hadfield will continue in the role of Seppings in the five-star hit Perfect Nonsense, which opened last October to an overwhelming audience response.

Robert Webb is best known for his role as Jeremy in Channel 4's multi-award winning Peep Show in which he stars alongside long-time collaborator David Mitchell. Alongside this, Mitchell and Webb wrote and starred in The Mitchell and Webb Situation and That Mitchell and Webb Look which won the BAFTA for best comedy in 2007. A regular on comedy panel shows, he has also appeared in Fresh Meat, BBC3űs The Smoking Room and British films Confetti, Magicians and The Wedding Video. In 2008 Webb made his West End stage debut in the UK premiere of Fat Pig at Trafalgar Studios.

Mark Heap has appeared in a variety of television comedy roles which include Brian Topp in Spaced, Dr Alan Statham in Green Wing and Jim in Friday Night Dinner. He has worked with Chris Morris appearing in Jam and Brass Eye and had a long-running role as head postman Thomas Brown on Lark Rise to Candleford. Heap has also appeared in Miranda, Skins and Outnumbered as well as 2007 film Stardust and The World's End.

Based on and adapted from the established literary works of P.G. Wodehouse, Perfect Nonsense is now booking at the Duke of York's Theatre until 20 September 2014.


The current production of Perfect Nonsense featuring P.G. Wodehouse's iconic double act Jeeves and Wooster, has extended its run at the Duke Of York’s Theatre until next September.

The show currently stars Stephen Mangan as the effervescent, aristocratic fool Bertie Wooster, and Matthew Macfadyen as his dutiful valet, Jeeves. Both will continue in their roles until Saturday 5 April. The replacement cast has yet to be announced.

When the show opened in November it was described as "a comic coup of extraordinary dexterity," by The Telegraph and "a delicious mix of charm and panicked idiocy" by the London Evening Standard. The Daily Mail called it an "inventive evening of slightly bonkers, genial comedy... with just the right dose of silliness and self-mockery to suit it to the modern West End."

Jeeves and Wooster is now booking until September 20 at the Duke Of York's Theatre.

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Type of production: Play

Opened: 30 October 2013

Booking until: 20 September 2014

Running time: 2 Hours 20 Mins

Prices: £19.50 - £109.50

Author / playwright: P G Wodehouse

Cast: James Lance , John Gordon Sinclair