credit: Richard Davenport

Boris World King

  • Sold out Edinburgh Fringe 2015 & 2016 (Pleasance Upstairs and Queen Dome), transfer to Trafalgar Studios May 2016.
  • Produced by Seabright and KPS Productions
  • “The sharpest show on this year’s Fringe” The Times; “Nigh-on essential at this year’s Fringe” The Guardian; “Outstanding… the very best of political satire” Fringe Review; ‘Recommended’ Metro, Evening Standard, Guardian Guide, Daily Mail, Sunday Post
  • Written by Tom Crawshaw, Directed by Yaz Al-Shaater, Design by Simon Scullion, Lights by Richard Williamson, Sound by Tom Lishman, Costumes by Natalie Pryce




credit: Robert DayNot The Messiah

  • Sold-out Pleasance Courtyard, 2013; transferred to Theatre503 January 2014 and subsequent UK tour.
  • Produced by Three’s Company and KPS Productions
  • “Nothing short of magnificent… a remarkable play, which will surely have a life beyond Edinburgh” Chortle; “I cannot recommend this show enough, it was the highlight of the festival for me” The Gay UK; “Sensitively and brilliantly told. A gem.” British Theatre Guide.
  • Written by Tom Crawshaw; Directed by Yaz Al-Shaater; Design by Jacob Hughes; Lights by Ceila Dugua; Sound by James Percival




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 The Act Of Union (staged reading)

  • Political farce – staged reading at RSC workshop (Stratford-upon-Avon) and Southwark Playhouse (August and November 2019). Production on hold due to Covid.
  • Starring Caroline Quentin, John Hodgkinson, Ashlea Kaye and Joel Samuels. Directed by Yaz Al-Shaater, stage directions read by Jan Shepherd.












Nonsense & Sensibility

  • Arts Theatre, London, 2015 and UK tour 2016
  • Produced by Anonymous Is A Woman Theatre Company
  • “Leaves the actors and audience quite breathless and also reeling with laughter… brilliant writing” Buxton Fringe Review; “Must see” Metro; “It went down a storm” Fringe Guru.
  • Written by Tom Crawshaw, Directed by Bips Mawson



 The Adventure Machine

  • Children’s show. Commission for C Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe 2014.
  • “The totally engaged audience hugely enjoys this clever show.” (5 stars) The Stage; “Embrace the day with unbridled enthusiasm, because you’re fortunate enough to be in the same city as this rather wonderful show.” (4 stars) Broadway Baby
  • Written and directed by Tom Crawshaw.

Shakespeare For Breakfast

  • Family show. Commission for C Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe 2014.
  • “Sets itself apart from the hundreds of other Shakespeare plays on offer” (4 stars) Edinburgh Guide; “The enthusiastic roars of applause were richly deserved” (4 stars) ScotsGay; “More than worth getting out of bed for” (4 stars) What’s On Stage
  • Written and directed by Tom Crawshaw

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