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Twas the Season

The snow’s thawing and the world’s returning to work. And so ends Three’s Company’s first London Season from the wintry heart of London’s West End. Our three-week residency at the Tristan Bates Theatre ended last Saturday and a big thank-you to all of you who came along to make it such a success. Here’s how […]

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“Back & Forth” Directors Announced

Hey folks! We’ve just announced the directors for Back & Forth over at our sister blog, interactivity.org.uk. James Farrell will be directing Still Life, John Kay Steel is helming Reverie (the full length play based on Dreams May Come), and our revival of Later Showers will be directed by… yours truly. So if you want […]

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Merry Christmas from Three’s Company

With snow falling in London – and rather more in Buxton – it’s time for 3C to head off for a mini Christmas break. Even more snow for Michael however who is off to some unnamed French mountain to ski (or rather drink hot chocolate, learn his lines and avoid any pre-show injuries). Of course […]

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Three’s Company’s First London Season

Exciting news theatre fans! Hot on the heels of another wonderful Edinburgh Fringe, Three’s Company have just been offered a three-week slot at top London theatre the Tristan Bates (near Leicester Square) this January. We’re still putting the finishing touches to our exact plans for this season but here’s what we’ve got so far: Play […]

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The Lost Work of Tom Crawshaw

This Tuesday (14th April) at 7:30 a rehearsed reading of Tom Crawshaw’s play Still Life will be performed at the Jackson Lane Theatre. Well to be honest, sections of the play will be read, so don’t worry, you won’t find out the full story until it is launched as a fully fledged production. If you’ve […]

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