Showing posts from August 2007.
Well, it’s over. Our last night was… well, last night, and that concluded our 46-date-tour. Thanks to all of you that came to see us! We’ve yet to receive exact audience figures, but we know we had roughly one-and-a-half thousand audience through our doors between Crash Course and Play On Words, in London, Buxton and […]
Not many people have noticed, but we have a crossword on our site… click on the title of this post to check it out!
Fest and OnstageScotland have both now published their reviews – and they both loved the show! Fest: “entertaining and surprisingly powerful theatre… has the audience erupting with laughter from the start” OnstageScotland: “I’ve rarely been so wrong-footed… a very good play indeed” Check out the full reviews (as well as all the others) by clicking […]
Boys in the hoodies… Well our hoodies are finally here… With less than a week to go. Here we are posing. Don’t forget, we’re VERY close to selling out so don’t forget to book if you wanna come!
“Fringe Blogger” has published a review for us, check out this post to read the review. Be wary if you’ve not seen the play yet… it does give a fair bit away! Her blog is a great place to check out more indepth and interesting reviews of other things going on in the Fringe… take […]
Ok so today we’re announcing the launch of our new service: ‘Scripted‘. This will be an online service to link young writer and directors initally, but will gradually grow into a resource and social utility for small theatre companies, young practitioners, and all makers of small scale/fringe theatre. Features include: Writers – upload synopsis and […]
Three’s Company recieved four stars for Play on Words in Edinburgh this week. Three Weeks (the daily review sheet for the Fringe) called the show “excellent”. Praising its “talented young cast”, and Crawshaw’s “philosophical musings and witty wordplay”. Congratulations to Ian, Yaz, Victoria, Rose, Ben, Bekki and Tom. Make sure you get to see Play […]
Tom an I have just discovered an ingenious new way to get our posters up without a ladder. My shoulder are now hurting pretty bad though…
We really value your feedback on our shows. Criticisms help us improve, and positive comments help attract further audiences (and stop us wanting to give up!) so if you have seen Play On Words please let us know what you think. You can do this in the following ways: Leave a comment below – click […]
Becky Coward with our sign Hello Three’s Company readers… This entry is coming live from my phone – we’re experimenting with the technology. Right now we’re flyering on the mile and it’s going pretty well… See the attached photo!