Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense

A play from the works of P.G. Wodehouse by The Goodale Brothers

Showing Thu 24 May - Sat 27 Oct

The Director

Philip Wilson

Philip Wilson


Theatre by the Lake: After the Dance. Recent theatre credits include: A Fox on the Fairway (Queen’s Hornchurch); The Star, The Norman Conquests, Noises Off, Dr Faustus, The Astonished Heart/Still Life (Liverpool Playhouse); As You Like It (Storyhouse, Chester); Beacons (Park Theatre); his own adaptations of Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales (Oxo Tower Bargehouse & Shoreditch Town Hall); The Three Lions (St. James Theatre & Edinburgh & UK Tour); How Many Miles to Babylon? (Lyric Belfast), Toro! Toro! (national tour); Twist of Gold (Polka); The books of Ruth and 2 Samuel in Sixty-Six Books (Bush Theatre & Westminster Abbey); The Importance of Being Earnest/ Travesties (Birmingham Rep); If Love Were All, In Praise Of Love (Minerva, Chichester); The Found Man (Traverse); Un Uomo Trovato (Teatro della Limonaia, Florence); Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Sheffield Crucible); Breaking The Code (Northampton Theatre Royal).

As Artistic Director of Salisbury Playhouse (2007-11): The Game of Love and Chance, The Constant Wife, The Picture, Private Lives, Arsenic and Old Lace, The Winslow Boy, his own adaptation of JL Carr’s A Month in the Country, What the Butler Saw, People At Sea, Alphabetical Order, Corpse!

As director and designer: Blackbird, Faith Healer and Toro! Toro! (TMA Award nomination, Best Show for Children and Young People).

Writing: Dramatic Adventures in Rhetoric, with Giles Taylor (Oberon Books); Grimm Tales (Nick Hern Books).