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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 […]
The Buxton Fringe held their Awards Ceremony for the 30th Fringe Festival yesterday with all the best shows from the last few weeks getting a recognition. We were very pleased to receive two award nominations for our current production, Play On Words. Michael and Meriel were both nominated for Best Actor, Meriel for the part […]
That’s right folks – three days into our run in Edinburgh and we had our first sell-out show last night! We’re used to having to turn people away from shows in Buxton but in Edinburgh this was a big surprise to us all. The tragi-comedy of quick-witted punning, over-shaken drinks bottles and overflowing swear jars […]
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 […]
Play On Words has won the Cameron Mackintosh Award for New Writing at the Oxford New Writing Festival. Along with Tom’s award, the Oxford Production recieved both the Best Actor and Best Actress awards. Congratulations all!
Play On Words won ‘Best Production By A Young Company’ at the Fringe Awards yesterday: and was also nominated for ‘Best Comedy’. Special congratulations to Yaz who also picked up a nomination for ‘Best Young Actor’ for his performance as Eddie.
We are pleased to announce that Plane Of Existence picked up Best Musical Comedy at the Fringe Awards yesterday. Tom’s script also received a nomination for Best New Writing. The last show on Saturday was an exciting end to the run and we can confirm that we reached a total audience of way over 600! […]