After an intriguing debut work at the end of 2017, youth theatre company Patch and Punnet return to the scene with an all new, original work this August.
Titled Stupid Cupid, the story follows the eponymous god Cupid, as he attempts to reclaim his honour after centuries of failing to matchmake true love. As his mother Venus gives him one last chance to prove his worth (failing which there will be some…terrible consequences), Cupid is left to embark on an impossible quest to matchmake two star-crossed lovers. But even with his divine powers and charming personality, he has one major weakness – a severe addiction to divine booze. Will Cupid succeed in his quest for true love?
Started in 2017, Patch and Punnet is a company that aims to create irreverent and playful theatre for millennials, by millennials, with fresh and fun devised work from the entire team of creatives. Led by ex-Young & W!ld members, Nisa Syarafana, Sharmaine Goh and Krish Natarajan along with law graduate turned creative, Astley Xie, Stupid Cupid will be staged at newly opened book cafe-cum-creative space, The Moon at 27 Mosque Street. With the desire to create a more welcoming theatre scene that inspires creativity, conversation and change, and founded on telling poignant, intimate stories, expect Patch and Punnet to deliver on their promise to of a night of clarity, hilarity and heartfelt exchanges.