Come On, Jeeves

Performed: 
Thursday, 27 November 2008 - 7:30pm
Friday, 28 November 2008 - 7:30pm
Saturday, 29 November 2008 - 7:30pm
Writer: 
P G Wodehouse & Guy Bolton
Director: 
Hilary Strickett
Venue: 
Hornby Institute, Main Street, Hornby
Cast: 
Lady Carmoyle (Monica)Jill Sloan
Lord Carmoyle (Rory)Richard Hopkins
Jill Wyvern, engaged to BillNatasha Hamilton-Walker
The Earl of Towcester (Bill)Steve Smithson
Jeeves, Bill's ButlerPeter Silvester
Ellen, Bill's HousemaidLaura Christman
Mrs Spottsworth, a wealthy American widowChristine Hellyer
Captain Biggar, a 'White Hunter'Stephen Pritchard
Colonel Blagden, Chief ConstableDavid Wright
Race CommentatorBob Griffiths

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 practises 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.