Bertie Wooster may be the archetypal rich idiot with no day job, but he’s never been one to let a lack of competence interfere with his good-natured enthusiasm.
Whether it’s tracking down a lost dog, extracting a friend from an unfortunate romantic entanglement, or becoming embroiled in the shenanigans of his fellow young toffs at the Drones Club, he often finds other people’s problems become his own!
Thankfully he can always rely on his valet, the inimitable Jeeves, to steer him through troubled waters.
Expect farcical physicality, quick-change characters, and rollicking good fun in this entirely improvised (and entirely unauthorised) tribute to the works of PG Wodehouse.
Sept 13, Bristol Improv Theatre, 8pm, £10/£8 Early Bird.
Pic: Mike Cook