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The Best Day Ever!










The Best Day Ever!
(a play about the end of the world)

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The Best Day Ever!










The Best Day Ever!
(a play about the end of the world)

THE FIRST DRAFT OF A NEW PLAY
29 March 7pm & 30 March 2:30pm & 7pm | Pleasance Theatre

This is a record of who we are right now.
In this theatre, in London, in the UK, Europe, the World, the Universe.


Join us for the first draft of a new play about who we are, how we're connected and how to save ourselves for the future.

The Best Day Ever! is a work in progress created by twenty teenagers aged 14-18 and the directors of Company Three's five-star Brainstorm (Park Theatre, National Theatre and BBC iPlayer).

Be the first to see this new piece of work - stay for pizza and a chat with the cast about the future of the play (and the world).

The 2:30pm show on 30 March includes a short curtain-raiser by Company Three’s youngest members.


Tickets just £5 (including a £1 booking fee)
Or phone 020 7609 1800

Created by Ned Glasier, Emily Lim and the company

Movement Director
Nuna Sandy

Sound Designer
Duramaney Kamara

Lighting Designer
Rory Beaton

Production Manager
Michael Cunningham

Stage Manager
Remi Smith

Deputy Stage Manager
Angie Peña Arenas

Production Photography
Camilla Greenwell


Rehearsal Gallery

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Aunty









Aunty

Aunty









Aunty

14 July, Black Cultural Archives | October/November 2017, Tour of Islington venues & Camden People's Theatre as part of The Shape of Things to Come

A new play exploring the relationships between black girls and older black women, made and performed by teenage girls from Company Three and the director Maa-Yarkor Addo.

This fun, brave and loving play is our attempt to unpick what ‘Aunty’ really means. To find her in all her complexities and truths. To have the conversations we never have.

Aunty is being developed through scratch performances to audiences of older black women in Islington and beyond.

Created and performed by Aaliyah Murrian, Cherie Duah, Kadiesat Turay, Shadanay McKoy, Angel Oridota, with Itricia Byer and Elizabeth Uter

Created with Gracia Kayindo, Kiki Bowen and Syntyche Tongomo.

Director
Maa-Yarkor Addo

Assistant Director
Priscilla Lafayette

Thanks to
Angie Peña Arenas, Joy Addo, Natalie Pryce, Parksinor Addo, Rianna Jade Parker & Xana

Special thanks to all the women who we have spoken to in the making of this piece.

Rehearsal photography by Camilla Greenwell

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Past work


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Past work

The Act 

April & July 2018
The Yard Theatre & Royal Exchange Theatre

Assembly 2018

February 2018

Boat

April 2017
Battersea Arts Centre

Assembly 

(Scratch)
February 2017
Platform

The Future

July 2016
The Yard Theatre

Brainstorm

January 2015 - April 2016
The Park Theatre, The National Theatre, BBC iPlayer
Playtext published by Nick Hern Books

Feed

(Scratch)
February 2016
Platform Islington

Boat

(Scratch)
February 2016
Platform Islington

Wired

(Scratch)
July 2015
Platform Islington

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Other 

(Please Specify)

April 2015
Platform Islington

Atoms

February 2015
Platform Islington

Chicken Shop

July 2014
Platform Islington

These Walls 

February 2014
Platform Islington

Astronauts

July 2014
Platform Islington

Brainstorm 

(Scratch)
February 2013
Platform Islington

 

Other productions from 2008-2013

Mostly Like Blue by Inua Ellams | Rosemary Branch Theatre, July 2013

The Centre by Alexandra Wood | The Pleasance Theatre, April 2013

In All The Minutes Ever | Platform Islington, February 2011