Jeeves and Wooster play extends West End run to 2015
Jeeves and Wooster play Perfect Nonsense has extended its West End run by a further four months, until early 2015.
The show will run at the Duke of York’s Theatre until January 17, 2015, with a new cast that has yet to be announced.
It was originally due to run in the West End until September 20, starring John Gordon Sinclair and James Lance in the lead roles of Jeeves and Wooster from June 30. They will continue to play the characters in the show’s UK tour, which begins on September 24.
The production, which is adapted from P.G. Wodehouse’s novels by Robert and David Goodale, began its run at the Duke of York’s Theatre in October.
Perfect Nonsense is produced in the West End by Mark Goucher and Mark Rubinstein.
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