TOWER OFFICE MOVE
Back downstairs again!
As the management of the St Bride Institute is re-organising some of its accommodation, it has asked the Tower to move its office back to the room on the ground floor which it used to occupy until a couple of years ago. Entrance for visitors is via the main reception and then down the stairs at the end of the corridor to the bottom - follow signs to the Layton Room.
Phone numbers, postal address and email contacts all remain the same.
Do pop in and say hello to Ruth and Jonathan if you are passing - the office is open from Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 6.00.
ACTORS WANTED FOR NEW DIRECTORS' WORKSHOP
Louise Bakker will be running a new directors workshop on Saturday 25th February, 2.00 - 6.00 in the Tower rehearsal room. She'll be working on an excerpt from Hedda Gabler. She needs Tower members to volunteer to be directed in the following parts :
Preference will be given to new members and any volunteers should email Louise Bakker.
Trevor as Malvolio in Twelfth Night (1993)
We're sorry to report the death of Trevor Williams, who passed away on December 2nd. He was a member of the Company for 40 years, joining in about 1960. He served as the Theatre Company Chairman, and was a Board member of Tavistock Repertory Guarantors Ltd for many years.
As an actor, he appeared in over 20 shows, mainly Shakespeare and other classical drama. He, with his wife Kirsten, were also instrumental in arranging our early visits to Paris with the Tower's annual open-air Shakespeare productions in the Bois de Boulogne.
Our condolences to Kirsten and to his family.
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.