As a piece of theatre, Carolyn Lloyd-Davies’ consent drama Penetration left me feeling vaguely unsatisfied – but hear me out, because that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
PHOTOS: Behind the scenes in rehearsals for Penetration at The Cockpit Theatre
It’s nearly time for the world premiere of Penetration by Carolyn Lloyd-Davies which runs at The Cockpit Theatre from 22 September to 9th October 2021. My Theatre Mates was invited behind the scenes to take a look at the company in rehearsals for this new provocative play which deals with the issue of consent.
INTERVIEW: Carolyn Lloyd-Davies wants the audience to be jolted out of their ‘comfort zone’ by her controversial new play Penetration
Carolyn Lloyd-Davies’ socially provocative play Penetration, running at The Cockpit Theatre from 22 September to 9 October 2021, explores the confusion which surrounds society’s failure to understand the concept of consent. Directed by David Trevaskis, the world premiere is inspired by seven true stories of accusations and acquittals from 2014 to 2019.
NEWS: Carolyn Lloyd-Davies addresses the issue of consent in the world premiere of Penetration at The Cockpit Theatre
The world premiere of Penetration by Carolyn Lloyd-Davies, a sensitive piece inspired by seven true stories of accusations and acquittals from 2014 to 2019, comes The Cockpit this autumn from 22- September to 9th October 2021 (press night is 23 September).