Perfect Nonsense, the West End play following P.G. Wodehouse’s iconic comedy duo Jeeves and Wooster, has extended its run at the Duke of York’s Theatre. The comedy, directed by Sean Foley, will now run through January 17, 2015. As previously reported, John Gordon Sinclair and James Lance will step in for Robert Webb and Mark Heap as Jeeves and Wooster, respectively, from June 30 through September 20. View Comments Based on and adapted from the established literary works of P.G. Wodehouse, Perfect Nonsense, brings to life the charmingly incompetent Bertie Wooster and his unflappable valet Jeeves in this new comedy by brothers Robert and David Goodale. Following their West End run, Sinclair and Lance will embark on a U.K. tour. Casting will be announced later for their West End replacement.
Press Association “The beauty of this campaign is that third place gets you a play-off game and presumably not against a big nation. “But the start has given them the best opportunity in years and that is down to Michael and the players. “But being Northern Ireland we won’t get too ahead of ourselves and we can’t get ahead of ourselves. “We have tough games coming up.” Wright stepped down as O’Neill’s goalkeeping coach in the summer of 2013 after he was appointed St Johnstone manager but he could not be happier for his former boss and his players. “It has been a brilliant start for Michael and the lads,” the former Northern Ireland keeper told Press Association Sport. “You could not ask for a better start. “I am pleased for him and the players because I know the job he does and the difficult circumstances the job brings. “They have had to take a few defeats on the chin to get where they are now. “But I know, through working with him, that he has the backing of the players. “And I know from speaking to him that he has the belief in the players that it would turn for him and they could get the type of results they are getting at the minute. “Three out of three has given them a platform and if they can maintain that form, they will qualify for the Euros for the first time. Tommy Wright has praised Michael O’Neill for working through adversity with Northern Ireland to have the country dreaming of Euro 2016. Hopes of a first appearance in the finals of a European Championship took another step closer to being fulfilled on Tuesday night with a 2-0 victory in Greece. Goals from Jamie Ward and Kyle Lafferty gave O’Neill’s side their third successive Group F victory – Northern Ireland’s best ever start to any World Cup or European qualifying campaign – to keep them top of the table with nine points.
New Delhi: India skipper Virat Kohli has thanked physiotherapist Patrick Farhat and fitness coach Shankar Basu for the “amazing work” they have done after both ended their association with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) with the end of the Men in Blue’s campaign at the World Cup.“Thank you Patrick and Basu for the amazing work you both have done for the team,” Virat Kohli said in a tweet after India were knocked out by New Zealand in the semifinal by 18 runs on Wednesday. Virat Kohli also termed the camaraderie both of them shared with the players as “special”.“More importantly, the friendship you have with all of us is even more special. You both are true gentlemen. Wish you the best for everything else in life ahead,” he added.India will now be in the lookout for their replacements ahead of the tour of the West Indies next month.Australian Farhat joined the team in 2015 with almost three decades of professional experience behind him. Basu helped the players with their physical fitness and also with their diet. IANS Also Read: M.S. Dhoni Gives Me Space To Discover Myself And Isn’t Pushy: Virat Kohli