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Come on, Jeeves

Come on, Jeeves
Written by P.G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton
Directed and Produced by Pamela and Graeme Horner
2 – 7 June 2008

Nobody as national as the character of Jeeves, the most superb of “gentlemen’s gentlemen”, could fail to make a hit the first time he appeared in dramatized form. As butler and bookie’s clerk to an impoverished nobleman who practiscs turf accountancy the imperturbable Jeeves is able, in his own resourceful way, to rescue his lord from one scrape after another and finally, with brilliant ease, to retrieve the family fortune.


Lady Carmoyle (Monica) – Tola Lynskey
Lord Carmoyle (Rory) – Steve Padgham
Jill Wyverne – Kirsty Duncombe
The Earl of Towcester – Ian Humphreys
Ellen – Carole Bramall
Jeeves – Richard Banks
Mrs Spottsworth – Eileen Warner
Captain Biggar – John Hart
Colonel Blagden – John Hyde
Wireless Commentator – Mark Campbell


Stage Manager and Set Design – Graeme Horner
Set building – Mick Holland, Bill Brookes, Graham Peters, Graeme Horner
Continuity – Betty Bailey
Lighting – Pam and Alan Hunt
Sound design and operation – Ken Swan
Properties – Sue Newman and Viv Hollingsworth
Costumes – Marjorie Sawyer, Carole Bramall
Choreography – Graham Peters