The Tower Theatre’s plans for next year
The Real Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard. Directed by Rob Ellis.
Wednesday 17 – Saturday 27 January
Seize The Day by Kwame Kwei-Armah. Directed by Mya Onwugbonu.
Wednesday 31 January – Saturday 10 February
A Dream Play by August Strindberg, adapted by Caryl Churchill. Directed by Angelika Michitsch.
Wednesday 21 February – Saturday 2 March
Spring Forward. Three new short plays …
Telling It by Anne Connell. Directed by Simon Vaughan.
Bertha and Hal by Joyce Mulvey. Directed by Katie Smith.
Swipe by Lily Guy-Vogel. Directed by Rosie Barwick.
Tuesday 5 – Saturday 9 March
The Night Alive by Conor McPherson. Directed by Allan Hart.
Wednesday 20 – Saturday 30 March
The Fan by Carlo Goldoni, translated and adapted by G. Ritter and Helen Zimmern. Directed by Flavia Di Saverio.
Wednesday 17 – Saturday 27 April
The Children by Lucy Kirkwood Directed by Jonathan Reed.
Wednesday 1 – Saturday 11 May
Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare. Directed by George Savona.
Wednesday 22 May – Saturday 1 June
Out of Sorts by Danusia Samal. Directed by Ozlem Tas.
Wednesday 5 – Saturday 15 June
Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky, adapted by Chris Hannan. Directed by Colin Guthrie.
Wednesday 26 June – Saturday 6 July
Ain’t I a Woman A theatrical initiative which aims to champion a diverse range of black female, female identifying trans and non-binary voices and tell entertaining and provocative stories, reflecting their lives in contemporary Britain. Produced by Landé Belo
Wednesday 10 – Saturday 20 July