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A musical based on the Bertie Wooster stories. Originally a flop when it was launched in the 1970's it made a successful re-appearance in 1996. American Express Award for Best Musical - winner 1996. Disaster threatens when Bertie Wooster's banjo mysteriously disappears just before a charity recital. Time to call for the ever-dependable Jeeves! Bertie soon finds himself involved in all manner of strange goings on in this tangled tale of mistaken identity, romantic trysts and raucous escapades.Performers Nadim Naaman, Bill Champion, Jamie Baughan (Stinker Pinker), Katie Birtill (Madelaine Bassett), Howard Chadwick (Judge Watkyn Bassett), Joshua Manning (Cyrus Budge), Oliver Maudsley (Gussie Fink-Nottle), Naomi Petersen (Stiffy Bing), Nigel Richards (Bingo Little), Melle Stewart (Honoria Glossop).
Lyrics Alan Ayckbourn. Music Andrew Lloyd Webber. Director Alan Ayckbourn. Design Roger Glossop. Choreographer Sheila Carter. Musical Director Steven Edis. Costume Caroline Hughes. Lighting Jason Taylor.
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