Matthew Macfadyen (known for his television roles in Spooks and Ripper Street) and comedian and actor Stephen Mangan (Green Wing, Episodes) star as the clever valet Jeeves and his bungling, aristocratic master, Bertie Wooster, in Robert and David Goodale's comedy, Jeeves and Wooster: Perfect Nonsense Play
. Based on and adapted from the writings of P G Wodehouse, the production is largely based on his 1938 book The Code of the Woosters, described by some critics as his best work, and is directed by Sean Foley. Once part of a double act himself, Foley together with Hamish McColl created the Olivier-winning Morecambe and Wise show, The Play What I Wrote, and last year was nominated for an Olivier for The Ladykillers
. The play will open in London with a short run at Richmond Theatre
from 10th to 19th October before transferring to the Duke of York's Theatre
on 30th October 2013.