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Ambassadors Theatre

Bridgerton's Jonathan Bailey stars in a strictly limited revival of Mike Bartlett’s witty play about sexuality and identity.

Bartlett’s razor-sharp play returns

Mike Bartlett's Olivier Award-winning play Cock returns to the West End for an all-star revival this year, featuring Bridgerton's Jonathan Bailey.

John has always been happy with his boyfriend and secure in who he is, but that all changes when he finds himself falling for the girl of his dreams. Exploring sexuality and identity with wit and sensitivity, Cock asks us to question what we think we know about love, identity and labels. 

Breakout star of Bridgerton Jonathan Bailey (West End: Company) stars as John, with Joel Harper-Jackson as his boyfriend, M. Jade Anouka and Phil Daniels round out the cast. 

Bartlett is the acclaimed writer of King Charles III and BBC’s Doctor Foster. Marianne Elliott (Company; Angels in America) directs this new production of his acclaimed earlier work. 

Cock play tickets are sure to be one of the most popular of 2022 - book now to avoid missing its strictly limited season at the Ambassadors Theatre.

Sorry this show closed 04 June 2022, we recommend these similar productions.

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Performance dates:
03 Jun 2022 - 04 Jun 2022
Running time:
1 hour and 45 minutes.
Age recommendation:
Best for age 14+
Audience Notes:
Please note that Taron Egerton has withdrawn from remaining performances of Cock. Joel Harper-Jackson will play M for the remainder of the run.

The appearance of cast members cannot be guaranteed and may be subject to illness, holiday or other events beyond the producer's control.
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Cock Reviews

4.6
155 Reviews
  • 5 Stars68%
  • 4 Stars22%
  • 3 Stars9%
  • 2 Stars0%
  • 1 Stars1%

User Reviews

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Sharp, funny and cleverly staged with a sparse set and revolving floor spaces. Intimacy and undress just suggested by stylised movement. Acting all round was excellent and the cast deserved their standing ovation, especially after 1 hr 45 min with no Read more

Performance date: 17 March 2022

4 people (Phils Daniels only for the last 30 mins), no set to speak of, no props (they mime the use of props) and no costumes. More like a rehersal setting really, but actually quite a clever way to avoid nudity on stage - given the casting that woul Read more

Performance date: 26 May 2022

The prolific Mike Bartlett - 3rd play of his I've seen recently - writes some hits and some misses. This one is a hit, no doubt, but also an important play. Written before its time, it is now of the moment, looking not just at gender issues but also Read more

Performance date: 26 May 2022
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