Are you looking for a night out this month and not sure what to do? Well, I am happy to announce that Cheating Death will be opening on Thursday 21st February and running to Sunday 10th March at the Cockpit Theatre in Marylebone, London.
Bitter ex-girlfriends, online dating, and a very friendly cleaning lady, Cheating Death is a black comedy which will cheer you up during the winter gloom.
Waking up in a coffin is a dreaded nightmare for most. Waking up in a coffin at your own funeral to find your girlfriend and her new lover (who she cheated on you with) planning to move into the flat you shared (that, by the way, you own) is probably worse. But that’s exactly what happens to John Jones.
To say John is having a bad day is an understatement. Remembering only a car crash with a hazy sense of having been in hospital, coupled with some exceedingly strange dreams, Max Nowaz’s ’Cheating Death’ is a play packed with dark humour and staged with wit and originality as it follows John’s attempts to crawl back to normality.
Cheating Death is the first staged play from novelist Max Nowaz, who has had notable success with children’s books, including
Cheating Death is directed by Poor School graduate, Sophie Wilson, with cast Alex Pitcher, Nicola Mae Begley, Lucy Beresford-Knox, Jake Botterell
- Thursday 21st February to Sunday 10th March
- No shows on Mondays or Sundays 24th February or 3rd March.
- Shows at 7:30pm Plus matinees at 3pm on Thursday 7th and Sunday 10th March 2019
Tickets: Full price: £15 Concessions: £10
For more information or to buy tickets visit The Cockpit Theatre website.