Open Day and Season Launch - Tower Theatre
London theatre news: Wednesday 17 July 2019
Launch - Open days - Seasons
Tower Theatre are celebrating the first anniversary of moving into their new home in Stoke Newington, with an Open Day and Season Launch on Saturday 7 September.
Image courtesy Tower Theatre
Stoke Newington's Tower Theatre is celebrating the first anniversary of moving into its new home in Northwold Road.
At the same time, the venue is also preparing to launch an exciting new Autumn season.
To mark these events, the theatre is holding an Open Day and Season Launch on Saturday 7 September when the doors will be open between 11-00am and 4-00pm to welcome the local community and the general theatre-going public, potential members and those involved in the wider theatre community such as bloggers and reviewers.
Shows in the upcoming Autumn season include ...
Dead Funny by Terry Johnson
Directed by Allan Stronach
Wednesday 25th September- Saturday 5th October
Breaking The Code by Hugh Whitemore
Directed by Mike Nower
Wednesday 9th - Saturday 19th October
Blithe Spirit by Noël Coward
Directed by Dan Usztan
Wednesday 23rd October - Saturday 2nd November
The Beauty Queen Of Leenane by Martin McDonagh
Directed by Colette Dockery
Wednesday 6th - Saturday 16th November
Rules For Living by Sam Holcroft
Directed by John Chapman
Wednesday 27th November - Saturday 7th December
You can find out more about each production on the Autumn season page of the theatre's website.
As well as information about the plays above, the open day will include activities, tours, information about the Tower's long history, tastings provided by local food producers and even some pop-up Shakespeare.
The current show at theatre is The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer, adapted by the Tower Theatre Company and directed by Angharad Ormond.
The show closes on 20 July - so there's just time to catch it.
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