DATE SET FOR 2017 AGM
Thursday 19th October
The Company's Annual General Meeting will be held at St Stephen's Church, Canonbury Road, N1 at 7.30 on Thursday October 19th.
The business will include a review of the past year, the election of new members to the Board and to the Management Committee, and the approval and adoption of the accounts. Full details have been circulated by post to all Company Members, including nomination forms for the vacant positions on the Board and on the Management Committee (if you haven't received your copy, please contact the Tower Office).
Ann in Celebration at the
Tower Theatre, Canonbury in 2002
DEATH OF ANN ROONEY
Tower members will be sorry to hear that Ann Rooney died on September 9th. She was a Company Member for over 40 years, joining in the mid 1970s. Before that she had been a professional actress, working in Rep. She then had a long career in both Radio and Television, working in news and current affairs - for a long time she was in the London newsroom of CBS.
She appeared in several plays at the old Tower Theatre, from The Princess Zoubaroff in 1975 to Celebration in 2002. She also directed 11 productions ; her last being Caught in the Net, performed at Theatro Technis in 2007.
Although Ann had been ill for many years, she was always interested in the Tower and wanted to know the latest Company news or indeed gossip, if there was any. In spite of everything, she never lost her great sense of humour or enquiring mind. She will be sadly missed by all her friends.
Her funeral will be at 12 noon on Tuesday October 3rd at Golders Green Crematorium.
SARAH AND ELLIOTT TIE THE KNOT
Wedding of two Tower members
PROGRAMMES TO COST MORE
£1 each from start of Autumn Season
To cover increased costs, the Management Committee has decided to increase the cost of programmes from 50p to £1 from the start of the Autumn season.
The Tower Theatre champions the BBC Arts Scheme
You may have noticed a logo on our website showing that the Tower is a Champion of the BBC Arts Get Creative Scheme.
Get Creative is a major celebration of the nation's arts, culture and creativity led by the BBC in collaboration with
What Next? - a movement bringing together arts and cultural organisations from across the UK to strengthen the role of
culture in our society.