Are gay men incapable of love? It’s what Blake and Dan ask each other the night they meet after a gay play.
A sleazy new opera adapted from The Revenger’s Tragedy by Thomas Middleton (16060
A new play, based on true narratives, exploring the prevalence of hidden slavery and human trafficking in contemporary Britain which will be opening in London on 18th October to co…
How often do we assimilate our queer bodies to heteronormativity? How does living in a queer body affect us mentally? And what happens when we celebrate our queerness in a way that…
Taking on The Threepenny Opera can be a precarious business, as OVO demonstrate, without flinching from the challenge.
“⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️, Twisted Tales serves as an excellent example of the type of boundary pushing theatre that is out there if you know where to look.
Set in the not too distant future where touching another person is outlawed and the separation of all peoples is imminent.
Headin for Godot is a piece which explores loss, loneliness and search for connection through physical theatre dance and live music.
“Once upon a time there was a girl who decided to leave.
What did you want to be when you grew up?
AdLibretto improvises musicals on your childhood ambitions and the many lives you might have lived.
I am sure one has been made aware of the Obviously Very Sad news.
“I was screaming behind that glass screen.
Hilary Jean Watts embodies the musical legacy of Laura Nyro in her London debut performance, Stoney End: The Songs of Laura Nyro.
Hilary Jean Watts embodies the musical legacy of Laura Nyro in, Stoney End: The Songs of Laura Nyro.
A play from one to all.
Liselotte in May, written by Zsolt Pozsgai, is a bittersweet absurd comedy about a gentle, lonely heart.
A musical revue show featuring father and daughter, Adrian and Emma-Jean’s trademark mix of light classical, musical theatre & pop hits that explores how the duo’s music struck…
Things are going to change.
The second in our series of Big Queer Workshops, come along to our: BIG QUEER SALSA DANCE WORKSHOP Wednesday 9th August 7-8pm The Cockpit Theatre Open to practi…
Returning after a 5 Star Run at the Seven Dials Playhouse (Dress Circle Reviews), Mosquito comes to the Cockpit in Marylebone for three nights.
Raw, messy, and honest, a show about what could happen if we were brave enough to grieve in the open and without the expectation of healing.
15 years after the apocalypse, a lone radio host struggles to keep his show on the air.
‘Philautia’ (Greek for self love)
This show is an act of self love, a catharsis, a reclamation of my body as my own.
Out of 117 billion people who have ever lived on this earth, only 38 have been bestowed the title of ‘the Great’ in history.
Bella is being held in an interrogation room.
The celtic harp and tap dance join forces in this sparkling and high-impact performance, drawing inspiration from the world of concerts, theater and musical experimentation.
The first in our series of Big Queer Workshops, we are proud to present the: BIG QUEER ACTING WORKSHOPWednesday 26th July 7-8.
Alyona is in her mid-twenties and has no place to settle down.
Electra Untitled, is a Physical Theatre adaptation of the myth of Electra as seen in the Greek tragedy Electra by Sophocles.
The show filled with both seriousness and humour reflects on the biggest event of the past decade, which globally influenced the life of every individual.
The Return is a migrant/female led, cross-disciplinary production exploring the intergenerational effects of war.
London based Eastern European theatre company Xameleon Theatre performs gripping and timely anti-authoritarian play ANTI GONE.
Set in a heightened version of today’s world, where society enforces punishment as a result of personal failure, The Real follows four individuals who are struggling to fulfil th…
This immersive dark comedy tells the story of Hibernian FCs heroic victory in the Scottish Cup Final after a114-year wait.
It’s the summer of 2017.
Sam’s close relationship with his student compromises his concerns about her safety.
After four years of platforming experimental, emerging and established variety acts at the Cockpit, Gareth & Friends returns as part of the Camden Fringe with a brand new show full…
‘The phase’ follows a journey of discovery of who ‘HER’ is as a newly single woman having sex and what that entails.
A new dark comedy about sexuality, identity and family relationships.
After a sold out preview at the Etcetera Theatre, the Sea Between is coming to the Cockpit Theatre as part of the Camden Fringe Festival.
What did you want to be when you grew up? We reimagine lives - one song at a time
They ask a member of the audience what job, when a small child, they imagined they might do when …
The Message In A Clay River, is a Nigerian mythological tale using greek theatre as a tool for storytelling.
‘All we have hinges on the worn thread of a memory.
The Dumb Man is a dark comedy about the man who lives inside a psychedelic world he created for himself to cope with grief.
The award winning (SED Fringe Award 2021) MANA DANCE brings you their new explosive contemporary dance duet ‘IN-STINCT’; exploring themes of female identity, strength and the p…
Welcome to Rome 3000, feel the hustle and bustle of a post war dystopian bar and witness these lost individuals’ turmoil.
Monkion has spent too long in the attic, obsessed with Benedict Cumberbatch, holding many opinions on the outside world, never talking to any other human – until now….
Tilly has intrusive thoughts about harming her family.
Look us in the eye and tell us you’ve never been curious about the webcamming sex industry.
Julie Atherton’s production of Ordinary Days at the Cockpit is a work of art.
Rebel Boob is a play about life when it goes tits up.
Loosely inspired by the Magdalen Laundries Scandal, ‘Dreamphone’ is a touching and witty new play exploring friendship, loss and ownership.
Sex with friends and other shenanigans.
kiss her is a play that wants to re-write:
the rules of lesbian fiction.
Award-winning improvised theatre troupe Improbotics creates a multilingual science comedy show that connects human and robot improvisers across borders and languages.
The New World is a new start, not the same start - at least that’s what The System has promised.
A stark and painfully funny look at the body and mind of a woman pulled apart by the dark side of the modelling industry, medical mishaps and luckless love.
Truly, Madly, Baldy is a short snappy piece about coming to terms with hair loss and how hair and the way we look is part of our identity.
Gretchen wakes up one day in a cold, dark place, greeted by the voice of a figure named Mephistopheles.
‘Better than Sex’ is a one-woman tantalising and timeless cabaret reflecting on the infamous 1930’s sex-symbol, Mae West.
Stephen Hawking’s dead.
“One thing I care about is taking poetry as the first form of understanding.
Housewarming is an expressionistic devised piece exploring notions of home, fragmented identity and community.
A 60-minute performance of family, love, and female-solidarity, History on the Road is an exploration of black rights and culture in London.
When the red-suited moustachioed plumber goes missing, the Princess realises she has to break the cycle of her role as “damsel in distress”, turn the tables and go on an advent…
What do young adults do on a Saturday night? They go to a house party, get drunk and maybe make some questionable decisions.
The natives of Tiny Island are restless.
Bard in the Yard is a Covid-19 inspired project founded on the legend that Shakespeare wrote King Lear and Macbeth in plague quarantine.
Join Cut Mustard at the Cockpit for the Voila Europa Theatre Festival as they present their show 2100: A Space Novelty!
A hapless human, an unbeatable heroine and a Dark Lord be…
A nation clamours for war.
In 2039, a successful Black writer lives a perfect life in a future where racism has ceased to exist.
'Zeus on the Loose' .
Cora was raped.
Yvette is preparing for a very special occasion: a night she’ll forget.
The Acid Test by Anya Reiss captures the young female dynamic, father-daughter relationships, and millennial angst.
Critically acclaimed Front Foot Theatre presents Shakespeare’s most charismatic, tour de force villain, Richard III.
Penetrating Europe, or Migrants Have Talent is a mix of verbatim theatre and talent show based on real-life stories of undocumented migration to the UK.
I was born to two of the most clueless parents.
Beautiful Little Fools is a all female, unique piece exploring how media can manipulate the human mind.
The loneliest planet in our solar system struggles with his identity; a probe from Earth arrives bearing information that turns his world upside down.
When a new couple move in to a north London apartment block their neighbours are quick to invite them over for dinner, though not all is as it seems.
An end of life comedy, exploring themes of status, dynamics, and changing relationships in the light of parental loss.
A theatrical experiment based on Andre Breton’s surrealist novel.
A comedic play about society’s need for the “ideal body”.
Six office workers break the mundanity of adult life! Reliving their childhood fantasies by diving back into everything that is fun and creative, the question becomes “how long can…
‘MacBeth gone wrong’ - Ryan J-W Smith’s multiple award-winning verse comedy.
In the suburbs of North West London where Hindus and Muslims grapple for power and reveal prejudices, this wickedly funny and inventive re-write (in iambic pentameter) of The Merch…
Bahadir, a retired train inspector, finds himself in a whirlpool of problems when his wife disappears.
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