The Kitchen Sink

The Kitchen Sink

by Tom Wells

Directed by Robert Irvine

Tuesday 23rd -
Saturday 27th September, 2014

The Tower Theatre performing
at Theatro Technis

Photography by Ruth Anthony

Martin : Jonathan Wober
Kath : Sacha Walker
Sophie : Hayley Cameron
Billy : Jonathan Tilley
Pete : Joseph Burke

Production Team
Director : Robert Irvine
Set Design : Michael Bettell
Costume Design : Jessica Hammett

assisted by Helen McFarlane
Lighting Design : Adam Taylor
Sound Design : Laurence Tuerk
Assistant Director : Ruth Anthony

Stage Manager : Dinah Irvine
Assistant Stage Managers : Sheila Burbidge, Jill Ruane, Annemarie Fearnley
Lighting Operator : Sara George
Sound Operator : Kathleen Pearson
Set Construction and Get-In : Jude Chalk, Phillip Ley, Keith Syrett, John Macspadyen, Leon Chambers, Rosie Shipman, Fiona Guest and members of the cast & crew
Dialect Coach : Sue Brodie

This is Jonathan Wober's twelfth Tower production since joining in 2009, when he appeared as Sigmund in The Archbishop's Ceiling and Robert in Dangerous Corner. He has toured with the Tower to Paris as Oberon in A Midsummer Night's Dream and to the Minack Theatre in Cornwall as various Dickensian characters in David Copperfield. Other productions have included The Odd Couple, the East End gangster drama Jump to Cow Heaven and Tartuffe.

Sacha Walker has appeared most recently with the Tower as prison guard Shawna in Coyote on a Fence. Previously as Suffolk in 5/11, Margarita in Dying For It and Mrs Mary McLeavy in Loot. Roles for other companies include Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Madame Arcati in Blithe Spirit and Sian in Dinner. Outside of theatre Sacha works for the advocacy and campaigning organisation ONE.

This is Hayley Cameron's first production with the Tower Theatre and her first show since graduating from University College London last year. Whilst at university, she played many roles including Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Rosemary in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Magenta in The Rocky Horror Show. Having had a year's break from performing to adjust to the non-student lifestyle, she's thrilled to be back on the stage in The Kitchen Sink.

This is Jonathan Tilley's second production for the Tower Theatre following his appearance in The Winterling last year. He is also a member of Putney Arts Theatre, where he has acted in eight shows including The Thrill of Love, Foxfinder, Time of My Life and Much Ado About Nothing. He also directed a production of One Minute by Simon Stephens and has written several short plays for Putney Theatre Company's new writing shows.

Joseph Burke joined the Tower Theatre Company after moving to London in early 2014. A keen member of his university theatre society, his past credits include Lieutenant Ülster in Territory Zagreb and Banquo in Macbeth. He hopes you enjoy watching the show as much as he has enjoyed being in it.

Robert Irvine has been a member of the Tower Theatre for more than 25 years and has performed almost every role in a production other than costumes; those who have seen his dress sense will understand why. This is the second show Rob has directed, the first being Dying For It.