Special Events

Jude Chalk

Hatha Yoga with Jude Chalk

A class for students of any age and experience offering a range of yoga postures, breathing practices and relaxation through different themes. There is a focus on being aware of our body and of how the breath can help bring calm in our daily lives.

Monday 13th, Monday 20th, Monday 27th May and Monday 3rd June from 6.00 - 6.55

In the Tower Theatre Studio

Admission : just turn up; £5 per session.

Kwame Kwei-Armah

Come to an exclusive evening with the playwright Kwame Kwei-Armah, author of our forthcoming production of Fix Up.

Kwame Kwei-Armah OBE is a British actor, playwright, director, singer and broadcaster. In 2005 he became the second black Briton to have a play staged in the West End of London. His award-winning piece Elmina's Kitchen transferred to the Garrick Theatre in 2005. He is currently the artistic director of the Young Vic theatre in London.

Brought up in Southall, he changed his name at the age of 19 after tracing his family history, through the slave trade back to his ancestral African roots in Ghana. His parents were born in Grenada.

He became the chancellor of the University of the Arts in 2011 and was the Artistic Director of the Baltimore Center Stage Theatre from 2011 to 2018.

Monday 17th June at 8.00

Admission : free to those buying a ticket for any performance of Fix Up.

Advance booking essential
If you have already bought a ticket to see the play, contact the Tower Office to come to this event.
If you haven't yet got tickets for Fix Up, you can get them here and also sign up for this event at the same time. 

At the Tower Theatre