Auditions and Production Vacancies

Become involved in 100 YEARS

An Evening of poetry, music and theatre commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the end of the First World War

Tower Theatre

Sunday 11th November

On Sunday 11th November, the world will commemorate the centenary of the end of the first world war in which more than 41 million people were killed, and 23 million injured ranking it among one of the deadliest conflicts in human history.

100 YEARS is an evening commemorating this anniversary with poetry recitals, music and theatrical performances themed around the First World War.

Expressions of interest are sought from those who wish to perform in or crew this event - if you'd like to be involved, contact the Tower Office..

Auditions coming up ...

To Kill A Mockingbird


Members' Auditions [except for the parts of Scout, Jem, Dill, Tom Robinson, Helen Robinson and Reverend Sykes which are Open Auditions] :
Tuesday 31st July and Thursday 2nd August (all roles except Scout, Jem and Dill)
Saturday 4th August (Scout, Jem and Dill only)

 

The Seagull


Members' Auditions :
Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd August

Current shows ...

Wolf Hall : on next

Henry V : rehearsals in progress

We are currently seeking volunteers to work on our shows in the following technical, backstage and front-of-house positions :

Henry V

We are looking for people to fill the following roles :
Assistant Stage Managers
Lighting Operator
Sound Operator
.

If you are interested in any of these roles or in being involved in the show in any other capacity please contact the Director, John McSpadyen.

To Kill A Mockingbird

We are looking for the following :
Stage Manager / Assistant Stage Managers : The set remains unchanged throughout the play with minimal prop changes.
Sound designer : The soundscape will invoke the deep south of the United States during a time of horrendous racial prejudice.

If you are interested in any of these roles or in being involved in the show in any other capacity please contact the Director, via the Tower Office.

The Seagull

We are looking for the following :
Lighting Designer : As well as the lighting changes required by the script, an inventive use of lighting to convey the emotional states would be key to this production.
Sound Designer : Music and SFX required by the action but also key to the overall.
Assistant Stage Managers : The play takes place at the Treplev family estate - there are two interior and two exterior sets over four Acts and props to be kept to a minimum.

If you are interested in any of these roles or in being involved in the show in any other capacity please contact the Director via the Tower Office.

Front of House

Want to see our shows for free? The company is recruiting for Front of House staff for all shows including stewards and Front of House Managers. These are crucial roles as the show cannot take place without adequate Front of House cover for each performance.

Steward duties include selling programmes, being aware of fire evacuation procedures and generally being available to assist the Front of House Manager. Stewards may sit in to see the show on the evening (or matinee) they perform these duties. Although the Front of House Manager may not sit in when on duty, they are provided with a ticket to see the show at any other performance.

We are really keen to recruit new volunteers for these roles and it is a good opportunity to help the company for one evening and get to know some other members, with the added benefit of a complementary ticket to one of our first class shows. Any training necessary will be provided.

If you would be interested in joining the team of people who do this, please get in touch with the Tower's Front of House Co-ordinator, Lotte Wynder.