Three's Company Presents
4th - 23rd January
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Written by Tom Crawshaw
This multi-award-winning tragi-comedy makes its London premiere after a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe. Fred and Eddie unravel the mystery of their missing friend, battling their quick-wits, knockabout farce and dried fruit.
WINNER – Cameron Mackintosh New Writing Award.
'To their great credit, Michael Grady-Hall, as Fred, and Yaz Al-Shaater, as Eddie, build an intense, ultimately fractured relationship that maintains the interest throughout.'
'Al-Shaater is a versatile, confident talent and Grady-Hall is in serious danger of busting a blood vessel in a terrifying, but impressive tirade near the show’s close.'
'it’s just about the perfect format....... this is short, sharp and for the most, quite intriguing. To continue the English analogy, the time spent at the Tristan Bates felt anything but a sentence.' The Stage 7th January 2010
'An ingenious little box of tricks'
'Self-consciously Stoppardian, with echoes of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead reverberating especially loudly' The Times, 11th January 2010
"Outstanding" All The Festivals
"Undeniably unmissable" Buxton Fringe
"Sophisicated and extremely funny" The Spectator