Salisbury Playhouse stages PG Wodehouse comedy
Love on the Links, from the golfing stories of PG Wodehouse, will bring some spiffing entertainment to Salisbury Playhouse from 31 May until 23 June.
In the rarefied surroundings of Wood Hills Golf Club in deepest Surrey all is very genteel. The Oldest Member is having a snooze in the corner while the barman is pouring another White Horse and Malvern at the ‘19th Hole’.
It’s soon time, however, for the Oldest Member to stir in his armchair and regale us with stories of seduction, canoodling and thwarted love, with the help of some biffo club members, not to mention the ever graceful Daphne Cartwright and the dashing Jack Ramage.
The stories have been adapted by Jon Glover and Edward Taylor. Jon Glover is also known for playing Mr Cholmondley-Warner opposite Harry Enfield in a series of sketches in the 1990s. He has also appeared in BBC Radio 4’s The Archers as Martin Gibson.
Love on the Links is directed by Ryan McBryde (Before the Party, Jack and the Beanstalk). The cast includes Michael Fenton Stevens (Benidorm, ITV; Yes Prime Minister, UK Tour) playing the Oldest Member with Tim Frances (The Magna Carta Plays, Salisbury Playhouse; Sweet Bird of Youth, Chichester Festival Theatre) as Fitt and Jenna Boyd (Wind in the Willows, London Palladium) as Lily.
Tiffany Graves (Meow Meow: Apocalypse Meow, Shakespeare’s Globe; The Producers, UK Tour), Adam Jackson-Smith (The Real Thing, Bath Theatre Royal), David Shelley (Dark Heart, ITV) and Rob Witcomb (Beryl, The New Vic) complete the cast.
Love on the Links runs in the Main House of Salisbury Playhouse from Thursday 31 May until Saturday 23 June.
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Notes to Editors:
Salisbury Playhouse is part of Wiltshire Creative, the new pan-arts organisation that incorporates Salisbury Playhouse, Salisbury Arts Centre and Salisbury International Arts Festival.
Salisbury Playhouse is one of Britain’s leading producing theatres, with a national reputation for home-grown work of the highest quality that attracts audiences from across Wiltshire, Hampshire, Dorset and beyond.