Three's Company Blog

Quick update

It’s been a while since we posted, so I thought I’d put out a super quick update of what we’re up to, and our future plans. Here goes:

  • Smooth Faced Gentlemen are having an industry launch / fundraising night in London on the 29th October at the New Diorama Theatre. (It’s invite only, but give us a shout if you’re interested). Hoping to make some new contacts and introduce a new group of people to the work we do, with a view to setting our 2013 plans in motion. Details on what those plans are will follow, but I can tell you, we hope to tour several UK locations and produce at least two new shows to add to our repertoire.
    We’re in rehearsals now, working with the cast to make Romeo & Juliet even better for the launch!
  • Michael has been cast in his fourth show at The National, Damned By Despair. It’s open now and runs ’til Decemeber – hit the link for more info. Then, he goes straight into rehearsals for his second season at the RSC. More details on the way…
  • TomĀ is writing away, working on some new plays, and sending work out. He just had a joke on Radio 4! He’s also doing a teeny bit of acting, because…
  • …I (Yaz) have just made a short film with my brother for the Raindance 48h Competition. It stars Tom and Amr. We got shortlisted! View the finished film here.
    I’m also doing a few other bits of acting and directing, which I’ll post about as they approach.
Tom Crawshaw & Amr El-Bayoumi in 'Loose End'

Tom Crawshaw & Amr El-Bayoumi in ‘Loose End’, by Yaz & Haz Al-Shaater

So lots happening at the moment. Big plans for 2013, the future of The Walking Tour(Stratford-upon-Avon, anyone?), Adventure Time (we have two episodes recorded, two more written, and another dozen in various stages of development)… Watch this space.

And remember, you can also follow us on twitter and facebook to stay bang-up-to-date!

‘Til next time…

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