Tag Archives: Cockpit Theatre

Faustaff @ The Cockpit Theatre Review

Faustaff is rather like a bad smell, uninviting and left somewhat of an unpleasant whiff. With a meagre ten audience members attending the performance, myself included, it doesn’t fill one with much hope. The space itself is set in the round and has a sort of warehouse/manufactured feel about it, not to forget the squeaky seats that give the impression of standing on a cat’s tail every time you attempted to move position. Feeling rather lonely on my own personal row I do not feel an ounce of excitement, or to be perfectly honest atmosphere in the room.


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The Lonely Soldier Monologues @ The Cockpit Theatre Review

As a teen growing up in the UK post 9/11, I was unsure as to how one of the most significant events of the early 21st century would impact on the daily lives of a nation distant, yet historically linked to the UK. An event forever etched on, I’m sure, the minds of most of us UK and U.S. citizens, I can remember exactly where I was as the tragedy struck, and what I was doing at the time, I had started my first week at secondary school.

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LISTINGS – MONDAY 30th March – SUNDAY 5th April 2015

For your round up of the latest shows in London this week!



Game – 23rd Feb – 4th Apr



Shrapnel: 34 Fragments of a Massacre – 11th Mar – 2nd Apr

Abyss – 1st Apr – 25th Apr


Bush Theatre

The Royale – 30th Mar – 18th Apr


The Cockpit Theatre

Macbeth – 1st Apr – 2nd Apr


Donmar Warehouse

Closer – 12th Feb – 4th Apr


Etcetera Theatre

Bob and Jim – 1st Apr

Colin Leggo – Leggoland – 2nd Apr

Fringe 24 – 4th April


Finborough Theatre

Princess Ida – 24th Mar – 18th Apr

Our American Cousin – 29/30/31st Mar & 5/6/7/12/13/14 Apr


Greenwich Theatre

Yeh Shen – 31st Mar

Adventures with Sam: On The Farm – 3rd Apr

Adventures with Sam: In Outer Space – 4th Apr


Hampstead Theatre

Stevie – 6th Mar – 18th Apr


Jack Studio Theatre

Creditors – 24th Mar – 11th Apr


Jermyn Street Theatre

The Heart of Things – Until 4th Apr


The Lion and Unicorn Theatre

All in the Timing – 31st Mar – 2nd May


Menier Chocolate Factory

Buyer and Cellar – 12th Mar – 2nd May


Mountview Theatre

A Level Playing Field – 26/28/30 Mar & 1/16th Apr

Dasiy Pulls it Off – 25/27/28/31 Mar & 2nd Apr


National Theatre

Behind the Beautiful Forevers – Until 5th Mar

Treasure Island – 8th Apr

Dara – Until 4th Apr

Rules for Living – Until 8th Jul

Man and Superman – Until 17th May


New Diorama Theatre

Shooting with Light – 24th Mar – 11th Apr

Godless Monsters – 29th – 30th Mar


Old Red Lion Theatre

Mugs Arrows – 1st – 3rd Apr


Orange Tree Theatre

Play Mas – 11th Mar – 11th Apr


Rosemary Branch Theatre

Pride and Prejudice – 10th Mar – 4th Apr


Sadler’s Wells

Scottish Ballet – 31st Mar – 2nd Apr

English National Ballet & English National Ballet School – 2nd-12th Apr

Sadler’s Wells Family Weekend – 3rd Apr – 4th Apr

Mardi Gras – 5th – 6th April


St. James Theatre

The Three Lions – 24th Mar – 2nd May


Space Arts Centre

Veron God Little – 24th Mar – 11th Apr


Tabard Theatre

Playmakers Festival – 30th Mar – 4th Apr

This is My Friend Mr Laurel – 5th Apr


Theatre 503

Wink – 10th Mar – 4th Apr


Union Theatre 

Spend Spend Spend – 25th Mar – 18th Apr


White Bear Theatre

Tomorrow – 31 Mar – 11 Apr


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Another Way @ The Cockpit Theatre Review

Offering an alternative to the glitzy world of Jazz hands, hollywood smiles and synchronised dance routines, Another Way, Composed by Benedict interweaves the lives of three pairs of people as they deal with the prospects of new relationships, heartbreak and success…

AnotherWay9Julie Atherton (Carrie) Andy Coxon (Oliver)PhotosDarren Bell

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Thor of the Common Man @ the Cockpit Theatre Review

Written in the 18th Century, Yuan Mei‘s Censored by Confucius: Ghost Stories created shockwaves within the puritanical world of the Qing Dynasty, as it approached taboo subjects such as corruption and revenge in a comical manner. This, combined with the fascination of the God of Thunder in Chinese culture form the basis for writer and directer Zhao Miao’s Thor of the Common Man

Thor Of The Common Man

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Desert @ The Cockpit Theatre Review

‘When the sand moves in the Desert and nobody’s there to hear it-does it make a sound?’ is a question asked by Spiralarts Dance Theatre Company in their 40 minute dance piece, exploring the many aspects of a seemingly quiet landscape. Serving as a projection situated upstage, this question acts as an underlying motif in this montage of choreographed sequences…

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