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And Now For Something Completely Similar…

This January, our hit show Not The Messiah is playing at Theatre503 – one of London’s top new writing theatres – followed by a quick tour to Derby and Belfast. It is a nice coincidence that this comes just after the announcement that the remaining living members of Monty Python are reuniting. Here, Tom takes […]

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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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None Of The Above

We’re very pleased (and surprised) to announce we won the Lost Theatre Five Minute Play Festival last night. None Of The Above beat the 39 other mini-plays in competition to the coveted prize which brought with it a prize fund which was almost enough to cover drinks in the bar. It was a great evening […]

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Walking Tour Team (casting anouncement)

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 […]

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An interesting moment, and some stuff with a visa

Something interesting happened in today’s rehearsal. Tom stepped in to play the Nurse in Act III scene iii. With Romeo and Friar being played by Leila and Carly respectively, this meant that everyone on stage was playing the opposite gender. And roles that are quite rooted in their gender identity too, I reckon. This was much more […]

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Walk the walk

Reverie is actually not the only show we’ll be presenting this summer. Although this new drama, starring Yaz Al-Shaater and guest-directed by James Farrell is our main focus, I will also be presenting a spoof walking tour of Buxton. This will take place during the Buxton Fringe with a host of local and not-so-local faces […]

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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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Highland Word Play

Tom’s award winning play is to be performed again outside of Three’s Company. After productions in London, Oxford, Texas and others Play On Words is to be performed by LTS Productions in Carlisle. After winning the Cameron Mackintosh New Writing Award, Tom’s play has garnered interest across the globe.

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‘The Immediate Future’ (part 2)

The continuation of an essay on the future of theatre… This is one of [intlink id=”41″ type=”category”]a series of blog posts[/intlink] about interactive theatre and theory behind our work in this field. A large amount of theatre about today, though highly impressive, enjoyable and successful, does not embrace, does not exploit this unique element – […]

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‘The Immediate Future’ (part 1)

An essay on the future of theatre… This is one of [intlink id=”41″ type=”category”]a series of blog posts[/intlink] about interactive theatre and theory behind our work in this field. Despite the rise of television and film – so proficient in producing artistically complex drama and comedy and delivering it to people – predictions of the […]

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