New Play Takes Flight with Women In The Cockpit

One Half Of Two – By Phoebe Noble

On Demand at The Cockpit Theatre From 1st – 8th of May

One Half of Two is a powerful and timely new play, written, produced, performed by Phoebe Noble and directed by Holly McConville. 

It explores the aftermath of three relationships from the female perspective and follows the women through grief, fertility and eventually joy.

The biggest thing to take away is the complexity of finding self -love and how accomplished you feel when you get there. There is a story in the play that everyone can relate to, relationships are so much more than romantic and that really struck home with me. I couldn’t think of a better show for my debut as a director.’ – Holly McConville

This is a monologue play, with duologues and trios influenced by spoken word poetry and has been devised by a team of female drama students at Trinity Laban Conservatoire. One Half of Two is feminist, heart-warming and all about women coming together. After a year of missed performance opportunities and disrupted education, the creative team have been inspired to share their own work in digital format. 

‘Phoebe’s writing lifts off the page with ease. A witty, heartfelt and honest piece that I loved performing.’ – Emma Ralston from Corona Days Play Group

Phoebe Noble and Holly McConville will be accompanied onstage by Alex Hill and Emily Rayner. 

The production has been captured on stage at The Cockpit Theatre and will be streamed from Saturday 1st – 8th May on- demand via The Cockpit Theatre Online.

Tickets are available from The Cockpit box office on 0207 257 2925 or via the website: