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The old girl’s got life left in it.

Our favourite theatre is still up and running. The space we designed our production of Othello in and around will stay open a little while longer (despite [intlink id=”17″ type=”post”]my post almost a year ago[/intlink]). Yaz and Tom will be running Underground Venues once more, I’m still at RADA, so won’t be able to make […]

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Fire Regulations… sorry!

Apologies to those who were not able to make it into Play On Words over the last few days. Due to fire regulations we were not able to fit any more in. Our final performance on Saturday has also sold out… but we can confirm that we will be adding another on Sunday at 1:30pm: […]

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No more Pauper’s Pit?

Buxton (and many say England’s) smallest and most intimate theatre is set to close! The Pauper’s Pit, designed and built by Martin Beard (our mentor, and regular 3C Obi-One Kenobi) will be lost. The tiny theatre was home to one of Three’s Company’s most ambitious projects – a production of Shakespeare’s Othello, created, performed and […]

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Underground Venues

Some exciting Christmas news: Tom and Yaz will this year be running the Pauper’s Pit and Orchestra Pit at the Old Hall Hotel as a Fringe Venue called Underground Venues. Visit soon for details. As a Three’s Company off-shoot project, we will be co-ordinating a wealth of different shows during this year’s Fringe in […]

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