A journalist who falls in love with a playwright, a film producer who avoids women for fear of marrying them, three friends who vow to remain single for the rest of their lives, a free-spirited traveler who is made to eat humble pie, an unlikely inheritance, an unusual connection – on the way, all the laughs and guffaws in this paradise of fools. Fools like all the rest of us – as wise as they are foolish and foolish in spite of their wisdom. Inspired by P.G. Wodehouse’s characters and comic timing, Fool’s Paradise is a new play with urban, contemporary characters and their views on love, longing, ambition and romance. Zippy dialogue, crackling pace, clever execution and an unexpected finale make for a delightful theatre experience that is both uproarious and insightful.