Three Sides, a new musical by Grant Olding, will be performed in full at the fringe Finborough Theatre on Sunday 25 June, Sunday 2 July and Sunday 9 July 2006. Extracts from the show have already been seen at the Bridewell Theatre last year and in Not(es) From New York at the West End’s Duchess Theatre in March, but this is the first time the musical will receive a full production. Three Sides tells the simple story of three people sharing one relationship. After a depressing New Year, a chance meeting leads to Carrie getting involved with both Ant and Brian. When she can't decide which to ditch and the men fall desperately in love with her, even the simplest things start to get complicated. Olding was resident composer at the Bridewell in 2003 and 2004. His other shows include Spittin' Distance, Born of Glass, Beyond the Sea and A Celebrity Chef Ate My Hamster. Three Sides has music and lyrics by Olding, with a book by Olding and Toby Davies. It’s directed at the Finborough by Clive Paget with a seasoned West End cast including Simon Gleeson, Jon-Paul Hevey and Caroline Sheen – credentials which suggest it may well have a life beyond the Finborough.