Quotations from P G Wodehouse are copyright of, and reprinted by permission of, the Trustees of the Wodehouse Estate © 2017 The P G Wodehouse Society (UK)
The Dinner Scripts of The P G Wodehouse Society (UK)
An exciting new publication is about to go on sale (for more information click here).
On 10 November, Hutchinson are publishing Highballs for Breakfast, a short Wodehouse anthology. It is a neat summation of PGW’s way of applying humour to alcohol. Click here to pre-
Andrzej Klimowski exhibition
Members who admire the cover illustrations for the Everyman/Overlook series of Wodehouse books will be interested to hear of an exhibition featuring those very covers, now on at London Print Studio. The artist, Andrzej Klimowski, is the London-
HRH The Duke of Kent: A Life of Service
… has been published to celebrate Prince Edward’s 80th birthday 9th October 2015. The 220,000-
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Make your own Perfect Nonsense
If you belong to an ambitious theatre group and think you could carry off producing your own version of the J & W West End hit, then you need to read this (click here).
What Goes Around Comes Around
The September 2013 issue of Wooster Sauce reported on page 13 that a new book of Wodehouse’s verse was in preparation and would be published in the New Year. Arrangements for the publication of the collection, entitled What Goes Around Comes Around – A Celebration of Wodehouse Verse, have now been completed and it became available in March 2014, at a price of £12 plus postage (£3 in the UK; £5 to Europe; and £8 further afield). It was published privately by Harebrain Publishing and is not available through Amazon or any similar distributor. Its hundred Wodehouse verses have been selected by Tony Ring as a fair representation of the breadth of subject-
A Special Pub For Wodehouseans (but do they have pork on the menu?)
If you are going to find yourself in the Southampton/New Forest area at some point in the future, then ensure you make time for a detour to the town of Copythorne, where a treat awaits all of the PGW faithful (click here for more information).
The French Connection
Before the Blandings broadcast, a very funny piece appeared on the BBC News website, from their Paris correspondent Hugh Schofield, all about Wodehouse and the French. Click here to view.
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