Those Three Girls are Multi-Award Winning comedy writer-performers Susannah Adele, Lucy Barnett and Carly Sheppard.
Winners of The British Comedy Guide’s ‘The Sitcom Mission’ with sitcom script GIRLBAND.
They successfully crowd funded and filmed the full pilot episode of their sitcom GIRLBAND.
GIRLBAND has been Officially Selected and is now privately screening at UK Film Festivals.
Those Three Girls are Winners of the Out Of The Can Film Festival for ‘Best Pilot’ with sitcom GIRLBAND.
Officially Selected for ‘Best Comedy’ with GIRLBAND at the Crystal Palace International Film Festival.
Their latest sitcom pilot is currently in development for radio.
REVIEWS AND AWARDS:
🏆 WINNER: BRITISH COMEDY GUIDE’S – THE SITCOM MISSION – GIRLBAND 2013
🏆 WINNER: ‘BEST PILOT’ – OUT OF THE CAN FILM FESTIVAL – GIRLBAND 2017
BAFTA ROCLIFFE COMEDY SCRIPT COMPETITION 2016
‘…A rollicking good read and I couldn’t wait to get to the ending’
Declan Hill – WINNERS of THE SITCOM MISSION 2013 (GIRLBAND SCRIPT)
GIRLBAND SITCOM PILOT Officially Selected for ‘BEST COMEDY’.
Crystal Palace International Film Festival 2017 (GIRLBAND PILOT)
LONDON-WORLDWIDE COMEDY SHORT FILM FESTIVAL (GIRLBAND PILOT)
‘Fun film with good comic characters’
LONDON X4 – SHORT FILM FESTIVAL (GIRLBAND PILOT)
‘…character comedy at its best.’ ‘There is no doubt that this trio are all very talented’
‘Those Three Girls’ quality echoes the best of British funny females’ –
‘GIRLBAND is funny, and consistently funny, and it is done so through the old staples of comedy – well-crafted one liners, character acting and recurring punchlines’.
‘I didn’t want it to end…’
Susannah likes pretending to be other people, to avoid anyone getting to know the real her.
She has a penchant for slightly socially awkward characters and loves an underdog.
Lucy cut her comedy teeth writing for and performing in fast-paced sketch show ‘The 52 Show’ at Leicester Square Theatre.
She co-wrote and produced ‘Square Eyed’ at the Etcetera Theatre as part of last year’s Fringe – ‘a refined joy’, ‘sparkling’ (Londonist).
The ginger one.