Virtual Reality  
Each Fallen Robin

by Emily Carmichael

Directed by Laura Christy

Wednesday 16th - Saturday 19th February, 2022

At the Tower Theatre, Stoke Newington

Part of the Tower's Spring Forward season, perfomed as a double-bill entitled Virtual Reality alongside Passing the Spoon, adapted and directed by Angelika Michitsch

Photography by Robert Piwko

Cast List

Fran : Twyla Doone
Will : Ryan Williams


Production Team

Director : Laura Christy
Costume Design : Sheila Burbidge
Lighting Design : Stephen Ley
Sound Design : Ruth Sullivan

Stage Manager : Moira McSperrin
Lighting Operator : Nigel Oram
Sound Operator : Anna Kidd

Twyla Doone
Twyla Doone’s theatre experience includes extensive work with the award winning Chichester Festival Youth Theatre, in which she has performed lead roles in both the Festival and Minerva Theatre. She has trained under both LAMDA and Trinity exam boards and has a background in classical and contemporary dance. In 2016 she co-produced Romeo and Juliet at King’s College Chapel, where she played Juliet. She played Rosalind for Petersfield Shakespeare Festival’s production of As You Like It in July 2017 and Princess Katherine in Henry V in 2018. Her latest role was as Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 2021.
  Ryan Williams
Ryan Williams has performed with regional theatres across the UK for over a decade now alongside furthering his studies in Vakhtangov and Method techniques. Before arriving in London, he acted with theatre companies in Glasgow, Edinburgh, and even in the U.S. playing roles such as Brick Pollitt in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof and Paul Bratter in Barefoot in The Park. He's appeared in numerous shows as a performer at the Tower since 2018 - such as Trainspotting, Dead Funny and The Canterbury Tales.
Laura Christy
Laura Christy is a new director to the Tower Theatre. She graduated from drama school a few years ago, and has since worked as an actor in theatre and radio drama with BBC Radio 4. She is particularly interested in making theatre that challenges conventions, asks big questions, and brings people together. She believes theatre has the power to uplift, inspire and ultimately to change the world.