Fred Ted Jack & Harold

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The darkest of dark comedies, featuring a selection of infamous characters, in a familiar world turned on its head.
Fred Ted Jack & Harold at The Cockpit Theatre

Image: Madam Renards


Overview


Genre: Black comedy
Venue: Cockpit Theatre
Festival:Camden Fringe Festival
Started: Saturday 4 August 2018
Closed: Saturday 4 August 2018
Running time:1 hrs 30 mins
Age suitability: 16+

Background


Six Serial Killers Battle Office Politics.


Eternity working in an office … it's the nightmare that every desk jockey find themselves in … watching their precious lives slip by in a haze of emails, conference calls and soul crushing boredom.


Fred, Ted, Jack & Harold are four such people … or at least they think so.


What if eternity was meant literally?


What if your soul deserved to be crushed?


What if you happened to be the worst of the worst, and every tedious hour spent battling the photocopier was actually payback for the most heinous crimes imaginable?


Fred, Ted, Jack & Harold by internationally acclaimed playwright Matt Fox is the darkest of dark comedies, featuring a selection of infamous characters, in a familiar world turned on its head.


Synopsis


Six Serial Killers Battle Office Politics.


Eternity working in an office … it's the nightmare that every desk jockey find themselves in … watching their precious lives slip by in a haze of emails, conference calls and soul crushing boredom.


Fred, Ted, Jack & Harold are four such people … or at least they think so.


What if eternity was meant literally?


What if your soul deserved to be crushed?


What if you happened to be the worst of the worst, and every tedious hour spent battling the photocopier was actually payback for the most heinous crimes imaginable?


Fred, Ted, Jack & Harold by internationally acclaimed playwright Matt Fox is the darkest of dark comedies, featuring a selection of infamous characters, in a familiar world turned on its head.


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Theatre


Name:


Postal address:
Gateforth Street
Marylebone
London NW8 8EH

Box office tel: 0207 258 2925

Box office email: Send Mail

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Show date


Saturday 4 August 2018

Performance days & times


Evening:
Saturday ‑ 9‑00pm

Matinee:
-

Tickets


Standard:
£10

Concessions:
£7

Access information


There is level access to the foyer, bar and foyer toilets but after that it gets tricky.


There are six steps down from the foyer to the auditorium.


Access to the auditorium is possible for wheelchair users via the car park and rear entrance.


Contact the venue on the day to let them know you are coming. 0207 258 2925 or email reception@thecockpit.org.uk and try and arrive a bit early because they like to make sure you are comfortable before they let other audience members into the show.


Only four wheelchair users are permitted on the premises at any one time.


On the upside there are three parking bays for badge holders bang outside the theatre.


Cast


Fred - Peter Hynds

Ted - Steve Cowley

Jack - Molly Campbell

Harold - Andrew Cunningham

Myra - Heather Davies

Liz - Sarah Bostock


Creatives


Author: Matt Fox
Director: Olly Webb
Production: Madam Renards

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