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Jeeves and Wooster - In Perfect Nonsense
'An inventive evening of bonkers comedy'
'A too-rare 22-carat demonstration of silliness as one of the great English virtues'
'Macfadyen is excellent as the discreetly competent Jeeves'
'Macfadyen is excellent as the discreetly competent Jeeves'

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Booking from
Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Booking until
Saturday, 20 September 2014

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The costume changes were great. Acting was superb. These are reasons we liked it as well as making us laugh out loud. Drinks in bar were pricey as usual. Managed to use ladies at end of interval without a queue!
Susan, 01 Apr 2014
Perfect Nonsense - Perfect Fun
It was fabulous with lots of twists and turns. Being not native English I did not quite catch all of the dialog but got most of it and it was great fun. The interaction with the audience was clever and fun. Matthew MacFadyeen was great. Loved it!!!
Britt-Marie, 01 Apr 2014
Great Night Out
This production was outstanding. The whole theatre rocked with laughter at the brilliant performances. This is one of the best plays I have ever seen.
Jane, 19 Feb 2014
See a Show
Jeeves and Wooster was a very enjoyable show . I would reccommend it to anyone. The seats I choose were very cramped and diificult to sit in if one is tall. I would rfeccommend spending more money on more comfortable accomodation. The view however was fine.
meg, 23 Jan 2014
A great way to get rid of the January blues
The cast work their socks off, to great effect, the audience were with them all the way and left with a smile on their faces. With only a cast of only three they seem to make it more like ten. Be prepared to have a good laugh. A rare treat.
Jeff, 15 Jan 2014