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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 […]
This summer we are heading for our 6th year on the Edinburgh Fringe. And this year we’ve got a spoof walking tour (I know – why not?!) Well we can now announce which exciting people will be joining us to help make it happen. First up, we’ve got… Tom Crawshaw as Cuth McWildered – the tour guide […]
I’ve not been able to be at many rehearsals of our joint all-female production of Romeo and Juliet, but I managed to get to my second yesterday and it was great! Although it seems to me I may be the cursed member of 3C: whenever I join a rehearsal process everything slows down. Instead of […]
Just five months out of drama school and we are proud to announce that Michael has got himself a part at the National Theatre for this spring season. After a series of auditions involving Russian and very long sentences he has recently been offered the part of Andrushya (a tank officer) in Burnt By The […]
(Our very own) Michael Grady-Hall will be appearing in the staged reading of Nicky Silvers dark comedy, as part of StoneCrabs’ New Directors Play Readings 2008. It’s this Thursday (the 11th December) at the Albany Theatre in Deptford – sorry about the short notice. He will be playing Bishop (the lead) in a piece called […]
Well, the very day after Auditorium ends, Michael starts his run of Romeo and Juliet in London. After a week of previews tonight is the Press Night for Theatre of Memory‘s production. (And, in case you wondered, that’s why Michael wasn’t in Edinburgh). If you haven’t quite had your fix of Three’s Company, pop along […]
Congratulations to Michael who was today announced as the winner of the ‘Best Direction’ award at this years Lost Theatre: One Act Theatre Festival. He won for his direction on the Three’s Company and fragile theatre co-production of A Woman of Uncertain Age. This si the second solo award for Michael – and the seventh […]