The Diamond Brothers in The Falcon's Malteser
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Three of Diamonds (2004): A compilation of The French Confection, I Know What You Did Last Wednesday and The Blurred Man. The three stories were first released in this edition, before subsequently being sold as separate books. Anthony Horowitz himself says “(The script) stays very true to the fun and the adventure of the story, presenting the myriad characters with just four young actors and a huge amount of inventiveness. In fact, it’s an object lesson in the power of the theatre.”
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In The Diamond Brothers in… The French Confection (2002), the Diamond Brothers win a trip to Paris thanks to a French strawberry yoghurt, but accidentally get caught up in a drug smuggling ring and end up being forced to team up with the Sûreté to take them down. The title is a play-on-words on the film The French Connection. I Know What You Did Last Wednesday (2002) [ edit ]The acclaimed stage adaptation of Anthony Horowitz’s laugh-out-loud funny novel of the same name has come to London's Vaults this summer for a strictly limited season. What is The Falcon’s Malteserabout? The show has toured the country twice with a spectacular sell-out success on its 2018 national tour, (under previous title Crimes Under the Sun), repeated in autumn 2019. Crimes On the Coast is a comedy thriller directed by James Farrell (Associate Director - The 39 Steps, West End). The show features four actors playing multiple outrageous characters, and a plot that romps along in the our now trademark inventive style. A midget Mexican delivers a box of Maltesers, but what makes these chocolate treats so special to the point where half of London's gangs and criminals are determined to kill to get their hands on them? This acclaimed adaption from New Old Friends stars four actors portraying dozens of roles along with unforgettable comedy songs and a fully-stagedcar chase scene that will have you on the edge of your seats! The Falcon’s Malteser creatives
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The pandemic has been awful in so many ways. For us at New Old Friends, it postponed/cancelled three tours and meant we couldn't present a Christmas show for the first time in years. But at the end of 2020 we were determined to present something to our audiences. The result was an audio version of Crimes Against Christmas released daily from 1st - 24th December as a comedy advent calendar. Inspired by Agatha Christie, Noel Coward and PG Wodehouse, you are invited on an hilarious but murderous trip to a classic English Riviera retreat.
The Falcon’s Malteser
The company were also a finalist in the Arts Organisation category at both the Creative Bath Awards and the Bath Life Awards every year between 2017 and 2022.