PUNTS to play at Theatre503

It has been announced today, that Sarah Page’s play Punts is to play at Theatre 503

Jack, a young man with a learning disability, lives at home, cared for by his devoted parents. Like most men in their twenties, he has needs – his mates at the rugby club talk about nothing but getting laid, whilst Jack’s most erotic experience to date is the time he was winked at by the pretty cashier in Lloyds. Desperate for their son to not feel left out, his parents Alastair and Antonia decide that they should to bring in a professional. But Julia, the prostitute they hire, has a far more profound impact on the whole family than they could ever have imagined.

Sounds like this might be mind blowing and hilarious all at the same time. I’m looking forward to it already. 

Sarah Page took part in Soho Theatre’s Young Writers’ Programme the Royal Court Theatre’s Young Writers’ and Studio Writers’ Groups, and she is also the recipient of two Peggy Ramsay Foundation Awards and was a finalist in the 2016 Nick Darke Writers’ Award. Her previous work includes The Sweethearts (Finborough Theatre, published by Oberon Books/Samuel French), The Night My Parents Went Away (Milano Theatre Festival) and Pilgrims (Etcetera Theatre). Sarah has also had performances of her work at the Arcola Theatre, Curve Theatre Leicester, Hackney Showrooms, Hampstead Theatre and Soho Theatre. Sarah is currently taking part in the Channel 4 Talent 4Screenwriting programme and was named as one of the writers on the BBC New Talent Hotlist 2017.

Joining Sarah Page as part of the creative team are Director Jessica Edwards, Designer Amelia Jane Hankin, Lighting Designer Dan Saggars, Sound Designer Owen Crouch, Production Manager Will Herman, and Stage Manager Annabell Arndt. The show is produced by Kuleshov Theatre. 

PUNTS runs at Theatre 503 from Wednesday 31st May – Saturday 24th June. 

Performances will be Tuesday – Saturday at 7:45pm, Saturday Matinees on 10th, 17th and 24th (3pm) and Wednesday Matinees on 7th and 14th (3pm). 

Tickets are priced at £15 (£12 Concessions), available from https://theatre503.com/ or direct from the Box Office. The theatre will also operate a ‘Pay What You Can’ scheme for Saturday Matinees.