Later Showers

Originally conceived as a large scale, eight-part play, Tom Crawshaw re-wrote this tragic, poetic tale as a one-man show for Michael Grady-Hall during the summer and autumn of 2003. Worked on and redrafted under the direction of Yaz Al-Shaater, Later Showers first appeared in the Opera House’s Studio Season where the intimate setting of the Pauper’s Pit became Danny’s book-filled outhouse. Selling out all nights and leaving the audience in tears, the play returned that Fringe, picking up a nomination for Best New Writing and winning Best Young Actor for Michael’s performance. This original success led to Three’s Company taking the play to Edinburgh in 2005 - a city only an hour’s drive from the play’s setting of Loch Lomond. A critical and popular success north of the border, the play elicited powerful responses from its audiences and a five star review from

After Edinburgh, Michael left to begin his training at RADA in London but Three’s Company plan to revive the production now he has completed his studies.