Jeeves and Wooster West End production to close 20 September 2014

Published on: Aug 21, 2014



Jeeves and Wooster West End production must close on 20, September 2014, currently running at The Duke of York theatre


James Lance and John Gordon Sinclair took over the roles of Bertie Wooster and Jeeves back in June! They where also joined by Olivier Award-winning writer and actor Robert Goodale, and will continue in London until 20 September before embarking on the first UK tour of Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense from 24th September 2014 See Below :

Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Guildford 24 Sep – 04 Oct

Cambridge Arts Theatre Cambridge 06 Oct – 11 Oct

Theatre Royal Newcastle 14 Oct – 18 Oct

Norwich Theatre Royal Norwich 21 Oct – 25 Oct

The Hexagon Reading 28 Oct – 01 Nov

The Lowry Salford 03 Nov – 08 Nov

Everyman Theatre Cheltenham 10 Nov – 15 Nov

The Mayflower Theatre Southampton 18 Nov – 22 Nov

Theatre Royal Glasgow 24 Nov – 29 Nov

Bath Theatre Royal Bath 01 Dec – 06 Dec

The Show

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 Wodehouse¹s 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!


John Gordon Sinclair as Jeeves


John’s film credits include: World War Z (Paramount Pictures), Gregory’s Two Girls (Channel 4 films) The Brylcreem Boys (BMG) Erik The Viking (Orion Picture Corporation) Local Hero (Warner Brothers) Living Apart Together (Darkbeam) Gregory’s Girl (Lake Films).

Television credits include: Marple: Greenshaw’s Folly, Rab C.Nesbitt, Welcome To Strathmuir, Mad About Alice, Roman Road, Rubbadubbers, AKA Albert Walker, Goodbye Mr Steadman, Murder in Mind, The Canterbury Tales, My Summer with Des, Loved by You, Nelson’s Column, Self Catering, Frank Stubbs Promotes, The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends, An Actor’s life for me, Your Cheatin’ Heart, Snakes & Ladders, Les Girls, Hot Metal, Raspberry Ripple, Roll Over Beethoven, Round & Round, The Spaver Connection, Bergerac.johngordonjeeves1[1]

Theatre credits include: The Ladykillers (Vaudeville Theatre) The Invisible Man (Menier Chocolate Factory) Absurd Person Singular (Garrick Theatre) The Producers (Theatre Royal Drury Lane) The Real Thing (UK Tour) Burning Issues (Hampstead Theatre) Filumena (Piccadilly Theatre) Kafka’s Dick (Piccadilly Theatre) Seaside Postcard (Young Vic/UK tour) The Real Inspector Hound (Young Vic/UK tour) She Loves Me (Savoy Theatre) As You Like It (Ludlow Festival) Grave Plots (Nottingham Playhouse) Gasping (Theatre Royal Haymarket)




James Lance as Bertie Wooster


Television credits include: Babylon, Siblings, Toast, Black Mirror, Being Human, Sensitive Skin, Marple, Absolute Power, Moving Wallpaper, No Heroics, Saxondale, The Last Enemy, Top Buzzer, The Impressionists, Hotel Babylon, Losing It, Teachers, Rescue Me, The Book Group, People Like Us, Spaced, Smack the Pony, I’m Alan Partridge and Absolutely Fabulous.

Film credits include Michael Winterbottom’s The Look Of Love, Northern Soul, Legendary, Estranged, Bel Ami, Hinterland, City Rats, Late Night Shopping, The Search For John Gissing, Fistful Of Fingers as well as Bronson directed by Nicholas Winding Refn and Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette.

Theatre credits include: Ingredient X at the Royal Court, The Backroom, A Place At The Table & Christmas at The Bush Theatre. Elegies For Angels, Punks & Raging Queens at The Kings Head. The Inland Sea at The Wilton’s Music Hall, Celebrity Autobiography at the Leicester Square Theatre, Pythonesque at the Underbelly Edinburgh, Ordinary Dreams at the Trafalgar Studios, Pirandello’s Henry IV at the Donmar Warehouse and A Penny for a Song at the Whitehall.



The West End production of Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense, is to close four months early. Jeeves and Wooster opened on 12 Nov 2013 following previews from 30 October 2013, was booked into January 2015.

Creative Team London 2014

  • The Goodale Brothers Adaptors

  • Sean Foley Director
  • Alice Power Set and Costume Designer
  • James Farncombe Lighting Designer
  • Max and Ben Ringham Sound Designers
  • Sarah Bird CDG Casting Director
  • Michael Gyngell Associate Director
  • Mark Goucher Producer
  • Mark Rubinstein Producer
  • Adam Blanshay Associate Producer
  • Eleanor Lloyd Associate Producer



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