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Introducing Joss Holden-Rea

A few months ago we announced our plan to rework Plane Of Existence – one of our early works – with a new composer. We’re proud to announce that, after a thorough search, we have chosen Joss Holden-Rea. Joss is a professional composer with a wide experience of musical styles who will be turning his […]

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2012 Summer Tour

We’re very proud that we can now announce our plans for the 2012 Summer Season. Our main project this summer is The World’s Greatest Walking Tour Of Edinburgh. We will be presenting this as part of the Pleasance’s programme at the Edinburgh Fringe from 3-27 August. This is our sixth year at the world’s biggest […]

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Fall into Reverie – next weekend!

Following its success at our Back And Forth season at the Tristan Bates Theatre in January, we are going to be producing another staged reading of Tom’s new play Reverie. It’s going to be on Friday March 6th and Saturday March 7th at the Pleasance Theate, Islington. We have invited director James Farrell (who actually […]

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Comedy Trio Have Arrived!

Three’s Company opened their latest offering to the Buxton Fringe last night. Comedy Trio struggled through their latest episode of Adventure Time with the help of a brilliant Buxton Audience, and an excellent impromptu performance from our latest ‘guest star’ Neyire Ashworth. Just to let you know Neyire is performing in her new one-woman show […]

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The Lost Work of Tom Crawshaw

This Tuesday (14th April) at 7:30 a rehearsed reading of Tom Crawshaw’s play Still Life will be performed at the Jackson Lane Theatre. Well to be honest, sections of the play will be read, so don’t worry, you won’t find out the full story until it is launched as a fully fledged production. If you’ve […]

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Michael Gets Freudian

(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 […]

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Texan Tragi-Comedy?

Congratulations to Tom, whose Play On Words has been chosen to be performed in a High School theatre festival in Austin, Texas. Following Three’s Company’s successful Edinburgh Fringe production of the play (as part of its first ever UK tour) it attracted a number of offers from directors from around the globe. Play On Words […]

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The Other Three’s Company Production

Three’s Company can officially announce that, as well as both Play on Words and Crash Course: Part 0 of the Transport Trilogy, another 3C production will be found on the Buxton Fringe… Michael Grady-Hall will be appearing (without mentioning it to RADA) in Tom’s new mini-play Dreams May Come in the One Minute Play Festival. […]

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Shared and Dedicated Hosting

There are quite a few companies out there who offer both dedicated and shared hosting packages. In this tutorial we will show you how to integrate these two. We will also demonstrate how to set up your own IP Address. Here are the prices for these services: Hosting shared 8+ hour slots ($99/month) Online access […]

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Congratulations Tom!

Good news: Play On Words has won a place in Oxford University’s New Writing Festival! It is one of four plays chosen from amongst a large number of plays submitted by Oxford Students, andas a result will be presented in the BurtonTaylor Theatre, in February ’07. Interestingly, Income Taxi which some will remember from Buxton […]

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