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Calling all directors…

We’re looking for an Assistant Director to join the team for Boris: World King! If you’re a director early in your career, with a love of comedy and the Edinburgh Fringe, this is the job for you. Performance dates are: Sat 4th July: London preview 20th-26th July: Buxton Fringe 5th-31st August:  Edinburgh Fringe London rehearsals will take place for […]

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Be an extra on our new sitcom!

Just a quick message to say we’re looking for extras for our new sitcom, Missing Something, for tonight and/or tomorrow. The shoot is going fabulously well. Loads of wonderful footage. Huge thanks to everyone who helped make it happen. Here’s a quick behind-the-scenes snap taken by Dan Marsden: Anyway, read all about our extras opportunities […]

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Work on… Something

Lots of people have asked if there’s any way they can get involved with Missing Something, our new online sitcom we’re creating with Brother Brother. Well the answer is yes. Yes there is. We’re still looking to fill a few key roles in the shoot. This is a really great chance to get some serious, […]

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Fight director sought

Just a quick message to say we’re looking for a fight director for two separate projects. The job could suit either one candidate, or two separate specialists.   Project 1: Titus Andronicus: An All-Female Production (fringe tour) Our sister company, Smooth Faced Gentlemen, are taking a vibrant and violent all-female production of Titus Andronicus to the […]

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Introducing… Something

You’re probably wondering why we’ve been so quiet in the last couple of  months… (No?) Well, since you asked, we’ve been working on several different major projects, and we’ve got loads to announce in the next few weeks. But today, we’d like tell you about our first sitcom. In collaboration with Brother Brother and Leila […]

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A tale of two Ceasars

Tonight, I’m off to see the all-female Julius Ceasar at the Donmar Warehouse. It’s great that there’s a major mainstream venue drawing attention to the ideas and issues surrounding all-female Shakespeare, and the production looks to be a corker. I’m dead excited! But one thing’s niggling me, and I wanted to note this thought before […]

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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 […]

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Hairy Faced Gentlemen

I’ve been meaning to share some thoughts on the inevitability of gender politics being at play in our all-female production of Romeo & Juliet. First thing I’m going to say straight up: I am (at least) as ignorant as your average person on the intricacies of gender issues, sexism, and discrimination. I have opinions, but […]

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Your thoughts on ‘The World’s Greatest Walking Tour of Edinburgh’

Our latest show is underway, and while we wait for the reviews to come flooding in, it’s time for you to tell us what you think. More than, ever, we’d like to hear your feedback. This show is a new idea and we’re still shaping it, so we’d really like you to tell us what […]

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Your thoughts on Romeo & Juliet

Tell us what you think about Romeo & Juliet! We always want to hear your feedback on our productions, but this year more than ever your thoughts are important. Our All Female Romeo & Juliet is an experiment which we’ve poured our hearts into, and we’d love to hear whether we should do that again! […]

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