Monday, December 27

By Jeeves Musical at Landor Theatre

A new production of  the musical By Jeeves which is based on P G Wodehouse’s  stories of Bertie Wooster and his butler Jeeves is playing at the Landor Theatre in south west London from 1st February to 5th March.

Bertie Wooster is due to give a concert in a church hall when his banjo mysteriously disappears. His quick-witted and unflappable manservant Jeeves suggests that he entertain his audience by relating the hapless romantic misadventures of his circle of high-society London cronies.

Bertie Wooster is being played by Kevin Trainor (Billy in Jonathan Harvey's "Canary" at Hampstead Theatre and Trent Conway in "Six Degrees of Separation" at the Old Vic). Jeeves is being played Paul M. Meston (Paul in Steven Berkoff's "Messiah:Scenes from an Execution").

The cast is completed by Brendan Cull/Harold "Stinky" Pinker ("Flashdance" and "Spamalot" in the West End): Owen Rhys Davies/ "Bingo": Helen George/Madeleine ("The Woman in White", "High School The Musical"): Tim Hudson/Sir Watkyn Bassett: Jenni Maitland/"Stiffy":  David Menkin/"Cyrus": Charlotte Mills/"Honoria" ("Jerusalem" at The Royal Court, West End ) and Andrew Pepper as "Gussie" ("Mary Poppins" West End and  the Scarecrow in "The Scarecrow and his Servant" at Southwark Playhouse).

This new production features 13 songs composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber with lyrics by Alan Ayckbourn.

Clapham North Station is only a 3 minute walk away from the Landor, The nearest mainline station is Clapham High Street which is a  5 minute walk away.

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