by Matt Hartley

Directed by Martin Mulgrew

Wednesday 3rd - Saturday 6th April and Tuesday 9th - Saturday 13th April, 2019

At the Tower Theatre, Stoke Newington

Photography by Robert Piwko

Cast List

Rachel : Chloe Ledger
Ben : Adam Hampton-Matthews
Melanie : Sims Witherspoon
Sam : Iskander Javed


Production Team

Director : Martin Mulgrew
Set Design : Laurence Tuerk
Costume Design : Sheila Burbidge
Lighting Design : Alan Wilkinson

Stage Manager : Alison Liney
ASMs : Ann Watchorn, Tom Tillery, Nichola Vasey
Lighting Operator : Samuel Littley
Sound Operator : Roanne Insley
Get-In and Rigging : Max Batty, John McSpadyen, Stephen Ley, David Taylor, Holly Spice, George Lammiman, Eliandro Monteiro

This is Chloe Ledger's second performance with the Tower after re-joining in late 2017; she appeared in 1984 last year. She has trained with various acting coaches across London and the North of England, honing a wide set of practices. Outside of the Tower Chloe has mainly focused on film and has gained experience both on and off the camera. The last year saw Chloe lend herself to her second passion, writing. Chloe's first short play was performed at Wilton's Music Hall in 2017.
Deposit is Adam Hampton-Matthews's seventh appearance for the Tower Theatre having joined back in 2014. Previous roles include Christophe and Francis Weston in Wolf Hall, Ned in Nell Gwynn, Edgar in King Lear, Lomax in Major Barbara, George in Sons of Paradise and numerous roles in the award winning production of The Producers. Other credits include Lawrence in Calendar Girls, Uncle Max in The Sound of Music, Warbucks in Annie and Leaf in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.
Sims Witherspoon is thrilled to appear in her second Tower show after her debut as Viv in Di and Viv and Rose. Other credits include Lysistrata (Lysistrata), Hamlet (Ophelia), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Hermia), Much Ado About Nothing (Hero), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (The Player) and Grease (Frenchy).
Iskander Javed is taking part in his first production with the Tower Theatre. He trained with the National Youth Theatre and has a BA in Drama. Recent theatre productions include playing Eric in The Old Country and Valère in Tartuffe (both with the Theatre in the Square Company) and appearing in three productions with City Academy's Actor's Company, in The Tempest (as Sebastian), Buckets and Grimm Tales.
Martin Mulgrew is Artistic Director of the Tower. Last year, he appeared as Henry VIII in the Tower's production of Wolf Hall and he directed To Kill a Mockingbird. In 2017, he directed The Importance of Being Earnest which toured to the U.S.A. and in 2013 his play Entertaining Mr Orton was chosen as a Tower production for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.