Di and Viv and Rose  
Di and Viv and Rose

by Amelia Bullmore

Directed by Penny Tuerk

Tuesday 13th - Saturday 17th February, 2018

The Tower Theatre performing at Theatro Technis, Camden

Photography by Ruth Anthony

Cast List

Di : Helen McGill
Viv : Sims Witherspoon
Rose : Éireann Mason


Production Team

Director : Penny Tuerk
Set Design : Laurence Tuerk
Costume Design : Sheila Burbidge
assisted by Peter Westbury
Lighting Design : Alan Wilkinson
Sound Design and Movement : Ruth Sullivan

Stage Manager : Alison Liney
Assistant Stage Managers : Ruth Sanderson, Sheila Burbidge, Laurence Tuerk
Lighting Operator : Rob Hebblethwaite
Sound Operator : Kaushal Ginige
Construction, Get-in and Rigging : Jude Chalk, Rob Hebblethwaite, Stephen Ley, Phillip Ley, Michael Bettell, Kevin Thompson, Roger Beaumont, Keith Syrett, Freddie Norris, Jonathan Norris

This is Helen McGill's eighth show with the Tower, having performed in The Importance of Being Earnest, The Priory, Time and The Conways, Marching Song, Chalet Lines and Dumb Show in previous seasons. Helen has also performed with Putney Arts Theatre, where she played the role of Phoebe in Party. Before arriving in London in 2013, she acted with companies in Liverpool where her roles included Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing and Yelena in Uncle Vanya.
Sims Witherspoon is making her Tower Theatre debut in Di and Viv and Rose. Her previous roles with other companies include Lysistrata in Lysistrata, Ophelia in Hamlet, Hermia in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Hero in Much Ado About Nothing, The Player in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, and Frenchy in Grease.
Éireann Mason is currently studying at the Identity School of Acting. After performing in many shows in Bedfordshire including the roles of Julia in The Birds, Catherine in The Memory of Water, Cathy Earnshaw in Brontë, Peggy and Kirsten in Silly Cow and Gasping and most recently playing Nina in The Seagull, she is looking forward to her debut performance with the Tower Theatre Company.
Penny Tuerk joined the Tower in 1970 and has taken part in nearly eighty productions as an actor or director. Most recently she directed Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet in London and Paris, and appeared as Moriarty in Sherlock Holmes.