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We didn’t do this yet, so without further ado, let us introduce our cast for Smooth Faced Gentlemen’s Romeo & Juliet. The Cast Carmina Bernhardt as Lady Capulet / Benvolio Francesca Binefa as Nurse / Paris / Montague Carly Jukes as Friar Lawrence / Tybalt Ashlea Kaye as Juliet / Sampson / Apothecary Kayleigh McDonald (aka Kayleigh […]
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 […]
It seems about time we properly introduced Smooth Faced Gentlemen and our involvement with it. [Note – This post was originally written about three weeks ago but, what with all the rehearsing and doing plays, we’ve only just got around to publishing it!] As you may have gathered, we’re co-creating a production of Romeo & Juliet with […]
Just a quick heads-up. Tickets are now on-sale for our summer season… You can buy tickets for The World’s Greatest Walking Tour of Edinburgh direct from the Pleasance. Bookings are open for our all-female Romeo and Juliet on the Buxton Fringe at Underground Venues’ website. Happy booking!
Three’s Company are seeking talented, enthusiastic actresses of all ages and backgrounds to perform an all-female production of Romeo & Juliet. We’ll keep this post updated with the latest audition info, check the bottom of the post for updates. The show is the exploratory debut of a new, all-female theatre company. ‘Smooth Faced Gentlemen’ will […]
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 […]
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 […]
Yes it’s finally time to make it official. After the success of our reading at the Pleasance, Islington in March we decided Reverie was the project to take on tour this summer. We can now confirm that it will be appearing at the Pleasance Dome (where we performed Play On Words last year) for the […]
Having to pay extortionate amounts to be ignored on public transport, people being thrown into confusion at the sight of Scottish banknotes, and… some days without rain… It can only mean one thing: yes, it’s the end of our Summer Tour for another year, and our return to London. This year, Play On Words and […]
And so it is the end of the Buxton Fringe 2009 and the 30th Anniversary year of the glorious spa-town festival has been the best yet. For us it’s meant another two sell-out productions, as well as the chance to meet a huge number of performers from around the world at Underground Venues, and catch […]