Nick Payne, whose play If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet played at the Bush theatre recently, makes his Royal Court debut with Wanderlust, an open play about sex and intimacy.
Joy is a married woman, a GP, and struggling to remain interested in sex. Her husband Alan, however, thinks of little else. And their teenage son Tim is ready to burst.
Wanderlust is a frank, compassionate play about sex and intimacy, and whether the two have any relation to each other.
Simon Godwin, who directs Wanderlust, has previously directed productions including Far Away (Bristol Old Vic), The Winter’s Tale (Headlong and Nuffield Theatre Southampton) and Mister Heracles (West Yorkshire Playhouse).
Wanderlust is suitable for theatregoers aged 16 and older, and contains nudity.