Live Performance

20:15-20:55, Saturday 12th September 2020

The Cockpit

 

There will also be an interactive broadcast of this show at 18:00-19:00, Tuesday 15th September 2020. A recording of that broadcast will be available for 28 days.

 

Music and Words: Darren Berry

 

The Crocodile of Old Kang Pow is a comic opera set against the backdrop of fetid 18th Century Paris.

 

The Marquis De Sade has lost his libido and must find it or lose his head to the chopping block of Marie Antoinette. His quest takes him to a mythical world to petition its Crocodile God of fertility.  

 

By utilising opera, gospel, puppetry, elixirs, profanity, irreverence and high art with low morals, creator Darren Berry weaves an elaborate, engaging, cautionary tale. 

 

The ‘Covid’ Croc’ will differ from a regular performance as it intermingles live singing and acting alongside pre-recorded film of the show and will be using only 2 singers and a mute artist playing multiple roles to tell the story.

 

Click here for The Crocodile of Old Kang Pow – September 2020 Programme

 

The initial broadcast included the Croc team offering a gospel singing workshop as part of the stream.

 

Age range: 13 upwards

Content Warning: Strong language and sexual themes throughout.

 

Produced by Reptilian Productions 

 

Venue: The Cockpit, Gateforth Street, London NW8 8EH. 

 

 

 

www.facebook.com/thecrocodileofoldkangpow

 

 

If you would like to help Tête à Tête and the artists creating this show, take a look at this.

 

On the same day:

words&music: Darren Berry, Director Christain Holder, Live singers : Soprano Caroline Kennedy & Baritone Phil Wilcox, Pre -recorded Singers : Helen Kari Kari , Emily Raiher, Jackson Scott, James Lawrence, Susan Harriot

Words & Music: Darren Berry

Director: Christian Holder

Live singers:

Soprano: Caroline Kennedy

Baritone: Phil Wilcox

Pre-recorded Singers: Helen Kari Kari , Emily Raiher, Jackson Scott, James Lawrence, Susan Harriot