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Showing posts from June 2013.

Monty Python – A Crash Course!

A number of people planning to come to see Not The Messiah this summer have been concerned they aren’t familiar enough with the Python cannon, or don’t know much about Graham Chapman. It’s worth pointing out that the play still works fine for such people – it should be entertaining and tell a cracking story […]

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Pythonesque Design

We’re pleased to announce our design team for Not The Messiah, touring to Buxton Fringe and Edinburgh Fringe this summer. This completes the artistic team for this summer’s run which opens on July 11th. Creating the set, props and overall design is Jacob Hughes, who earlier this year was nominated for Best Set Design at […]

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A video of us in action

Just realised we never posted this video of us performing None Of The Above at Lost Theatre in November. This show won the Lost Theatre Five Minute Theatre Festival. However, this video was filmed at the dress rehearsal rather than any of the heats, so you’ll just have to trust us that the audience laughed […]

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Preview press for Not The Messiah

We’re about to start rehearsals for this year’s tour of Not The Messiah – it’s first full production after a scratch in 2011. It will be heading to the Buxton Fringe in July and Edinburgh Fringe in August, but we’re pleased to see some lovely coverage in the press already! Fringe Guru have written a […]

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Tickets on sale for Not The Messiah

You can now buy tickets online for the Buxton Fringe and Edinburgh Fringe runs of Not The Messiah, starring George Telfer. For Buxton (11-21 July) just click here And for Edinburgh (1-24 August) click here And you can click here to see more information on our website. Why not give us a nudge on Twitter […]

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