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Cock

Ambassadors Theatre

Sat 5 Mar - Sat 4 Jun 2022

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“The fact is that some of us like women and some like men and that’s fine that’s good in fact that’s good, a good thing, but it seems to me that you’ve become confused.”

Marianne Elliott (Company, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time)  directs Cock starring Joel Harper-Jackson, Jonathan Bailey (Company, Bridgerton), Jade Anouka and Phil Daniels at the Ambassador's Theatre, London for a strictly limited season.

John (Jonathan Bailey) is happy in himself, and with his boyfriend (Joel Harper-Jackson), until one day he meets the woman of his dreams (Jade Anouka).

In a world full of endless possibilities why must we still limit ourselves with labels? Mike Bartlett’s (Doctor Foster) razor sharp play about love and identity redefines the battle of the sexes as we know it.

Financial Times
"Mercilessly accurate, wickedly funny and strangely touching."

Independent
“A brilliant and blackly hilarious feat of provocation.”

Audio Described performance - 4th May 2022, 8PM

Captioned Performance - 11th May 2022, 8PM

To book Captioned or Audio Described performances please email AMBboxoffice@theambassadors.com

Book Cock Tickets at Ambassadors Theatre Official Box Office

“The fact is that some of us like women and some like men and that’s fine that’s good in fact that’s good, a good thing, but it seems to me that you’ve become confused.”

Marianne Elliott (Company, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time)  directs Cock starring Joel Harper-Jackson, Jonathan Bailey (Company, Bridgerton), Jade Anouka and Phil Daniels at the Ambassador's Theatre, London for a strictly limited season.

John (Jonathan Bailey) is happy in himself, and with his boyfriend (Joel Harper-Jackson), until one day he meets the woman of his dreams (Jade Anouka).

In a world full of endless possibilities why must we still limit ourselves with labels? Mike Bartlett’s (Doctor Foster) razor sharp play about love and identity redefines the battle of the sexes as we know it.

Financial Times
"Mercilessly accurate, wickedly funny and strangely touching."

Independent
“A brilliant and blackly hilarious feat of provocation.”

Audio Described performance - 4th May 2022, 8PM

Captioned Performance - 11th May 2022, 8PM

To book Captioned or Audio Described performances please email AMBboxoffice@theambassadors.com