REVIEW: 27, The Cockpit ✭✭✭✭✭

27 at The Cockpit theatre

This current production looks like an object lesson in how to fuse the best of experienced industry leaders with dynamic new talent. And the writing-directing-choreographing team here are scoring a massive hit with their debut project: doubtless, they will be using the Cockpit run to make further refinements to the script.

REVIEW: MacDeth, Cockpit Theatre ✭

Ryan J-W Smith as MacDeth

MacDeth The Cockpit 15th August 2016 1 Star Much to my shame, I have not seen a great deal at The Camden Fringe this year, but amidst visits to Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Brighton Fringe before that, along with a hectic viewing schedule in London, this has been one of my first opportunities.  I am hugely excited by theatre festivals; I love the buzz, the variety – not to mention the discovery of some little-known gems.  Camden Fringe is now in its 11th year, spread over 25 venues, including in excess of 250 productions.  It certainly is growing, and amidst this plethora of performances, I defy anybody not to find something that tickles your fancy. The Metro once described Camden Fringe as “a dizzying alternative to the Edinburgh Festival extravaganza – frequently weird, sometimes wonderful and always unpredictable”.  This is certainly the case, and when agreeing to attend Rogue Shakespeare … Read more

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