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Cock

Cock

Synopsis

I suppose I like both, but that's okay isn't it, that's okay?
 
Has John straightened out? After years glued to his boyfriend, the couple have been through a sticky patch, and now John’s attached to someone else. Someone who is different in every single way. But can John give her what she wants, when he’s never been with a woman before?
 
Funny and eye-openingly fresh and frank, Cock is a provocative peep into relationships in these days of oscillating identities. It tussles with knotty twenty-first century questions: can we – and should we be allowed to – change if we want to?
 
Mike Bartlett is one of this generation’s leading writers for stage and screen. His work includes King Charles III (Almeida, West End and BBC) and the hit television series Doctor Foster. The Olivier Award-winning Cock premiered at the Royal Court and off-Broadway in 2009.
 
This new production is directed by Kate Hewitt. Winner of the JMK Young Director Award and the inaugural RTST Director Award 2016, she was recently named as one of Variety’s ‘10 Brits to Watch in 2017’. Her credits include Peter Morgan’s Frost/Nixon at Sheffield and Caryl Churchill’s Far Away at the Young Vic.
 
Contains very strong language and scenes of a sexual nature. 
 

Event details

Wed 17 Oct 2018, 7:45pm

Captioned by STAGETEXT

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Venue details

Chichester Festival Theatre (Minerva Theatre)
Oaklands Park
Chichester
West Sussex
PO19 6AP

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