Tom Crawshaw


Tom is a multi-award-winning writer whose work has been performed around the world, receiving numerous sell-out crowds and press accolades. He has written 20 works for the stage, as well as for radio, stand-up, film and online, with recent work performed at the Pleasance (London and Edinburgh), the National Theatre’s Djanogly Pitch, The Soho Theatre, Radio 4 and Radio 4 Extra.

Tom founded Three’s Company with Michael and Yaz and has written, directed, produced or performed in all their works since. He has won the Cameron Mackintosh Award for New Writing, the Best Musical Comedy award at the Buxton Fringe and won the LOST Theatre 5-Minute Theatre Festival and the Oxford University New Writing Festival.

Writing credits for Three’s Company include Play On Words, Not The Messiah, Auditorium, Adventure Time, Missing Something and Trouble In Panto Land. Directing credits include Othello, Our Country’s Good and The Importance Of Being Frank. Acting credits include Cuth McWildered in The World’s Greatest Walking Tour Of Edinburgh, Fred/Eddie/Jonnie in Play On Words and Neville in Income Taxi and Plane Of Existence.

Tom also founded Underground Venues with Yaz Al-Shaater, directs the Oxford Fringe and is a freelance theatre and comedy writer. You can see his website here.

“Crawshaw is master of his materials”
The Spectator
“Both smart and funny”
The Times
“Tom Stoppard For The Gondry generation”
Three Weeks
“I’d love to see your play but I have to go fishing with my son”
Tom Stoppard on Platformation