Published in volume Jumpers for Goalposts
First Staged:
Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 2014


By Tom Wells
Published in volume Jumpers for Goalposts

A short play from the author of Jumpers for Goalposts.

Jonesy is the underdog story of an asthmatic teen who dreams of making a name for himself as a 'Netball Maverick' and earning the respect of the lads from GCSE PE.

Tom Wells's play Jonesy was first performed as part of Symphony, co-produced by nabokov and Soho Theatre, at the 2014 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Press Quotes

'An awful lot of fun... mines similarly delightful terrain to Wells' Jumpers for Goalposts'

Time Out London

'Equal parts exuberant and cuteā€¦ entertaining and funny'

Broadway Baby

Also by Tom Wells:

Big Big Sky
Notes for First Time Astronauts
Jumpers for Goalposts
Me, As A Penguin
Broken Biscuits
The Kitchen Sink
About a Goth

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