Joe and Anna have been together for nine years, and as far as he is concerned will stay together for another ninety. But the minute they set a date for the wedding, Anna panics. A new dating agency promises to scan the online persona of everyone in the world, guaranteeing to find your soul mate. Anna looks at Joe and wonders - can he really be her perfect match? From the author of We That Are Left and Mrs Reynolds and the Ruffian, Gary Owen's warm, wise and very funny comedy asks if it's possible to find our perfect partner, or whether we're better off leaving it to chance. Can our ideals of romantic love ever compete with reality?
Gary Owen's plays include Crazy Gary's Mobile Disco, The Shadow of a Boy, The Drowned World and Ghost City. Most recently he's written Love Steals Us From Loneliness, part of National Theatre Wales' debut season, Blackthorn for Theatr Clwyd and Mrs Reynolds and the Ruffian for the Watford Palace Theatre, as well as being co-creator and writer of the BBC Wales TV series, Baker Boys. His work has won the George Devine Award, the Meyer Whitworth Award, the Pearson Best Play Award and a Fringe First at the Edinburgh Festival, has been translated into a dozen languages and produced all over the world.