Jumpers for Goalposts
The Carne Studio Theatre
Saturday 23 October at 7:45pm
Tuesday 26 October at 7:45pm
Wednesday 27 October at 2:15pm
Thursday 28 October at 7:45pm
About the show
“Meant to be a laugh isn’t it? I thought? Sort of, comedy team names, we’re called ‘barely athletic’, nothing too, just, banter, jumpers for, for goalposts. Six weeks, four teams, play each other twice. Sunday afternoon fun.”
A heart-warming comedy following a mostly LGBT five-a-side football team’s bid to win the league.
The pub league, that is. Viv, Barely Athletic’s head coach, is desperate to win. But Geoff wants to be performing on the main stage at Hull Pride, Luke is shy, Danny has a secret, and Joe is grieving the loss of his wife.
Six weeks. Five players. Game on.
Tom Wells is a playwright whose work includes: Big Big Sky(Hampstead Theatre, 2021); Stuff (National Theatre Connections Festival, 2019); Drip, with music composed by Matthew Robins (Boundless Theatre, 2017/8); Broken Biscuits(Live Theatre/Paines Plough UK tour, 2016); Folk (Birmingham Rep & tour, 2016); Jumpers for Goalposts (Watford Palace Theatre, 2013); The Kitchen Sink (Bush Theatre, 2011) and Me, As A Penguin (Arcola Theatre, 2010).
Piers is Artistic Director of Manchester-based company, Ransack Theatre. He trained on the National Theatre Directors’ Course, and was Resident Director at the Almeida Theatre. He is recipient of the John Fernald Award, BBC Alfred Bradley Bursary Award, and JMK Assistant Director Bursary.
As Director, theatre includes: Catching Comets (Pleasance London and Edinburgh, Royal Exchange and Theatr Clwyd), Crops (The Yard, Live Drafts), Love and Money (ALRA), Minus Touch (Royal Exchange); Moth (Hope Mill Theatre); The Dumb Waiter (Site Specific - Lucy Davis Vaults, NSDF and HOME); Solve (Edinburgh Fringe).
As Assistant / Associate Director, theatre includes: Light Falls (Royal Exchange) Stories (National Theatre); The Writer (Almeida Theatre); City of Glass (Lyric Hammersmith and HOME); So Here We Are (Royal Exchange and HighTide Festival); Yen (Royal Exchange).
He / Him
Contains strong language, haze, and sensitive content.
Booking | SOLD OUT |
Pricing and concessions
Tickets cost £14, but we have £7 concessions tickets available to Hammersmith & Fulham residents, students, or people who are over 65, under 18 or are on Job Seeker's Allowance. You'll just need to provide proof of your eligibility when you collect your tickets at the Box Office. We offer a complimentary ticket for carers, to book please call the box office on 020 8834 0550. If you belong to our Pathways Programme or work with any of our Pathways Partners you are entitled to complimentary tickets. Please contact the box office to book.
If you have any additional requirements, you would like us to be aware of, please contact box office on 020 8834 0550.
Booking your tickets
Book your tickets online or by calling our box office on 020 8834 0550.
If you're a member of the industry, please email [email protected] to book your tickets.
There is no need to collect tickets. You will be ticked off an attendance list on arrival.
Unfortunately, all tickets are non-refundable.
Deputy Stage Manager
Claudia Penna Rojas
Production Sound Engineer