Pictures of the Month : 2021


Each month we choose a different photograph to be the "Picture of the Month" on the home page of the web site. We try to select an interesting image, sometimes from a current show and sometimes from our archive, to illustrate the range and quality of the Company's activities. Here's the twelve pictures we selected in 2021 ...

Ten years of 'Picture of the Month' January
We started 'Picture of the Month in 2011 with a shot of The Graduate. Here's another image from that production.
Photo by Alexander Knapp
The Tower's new Artistic Team February
Simona Hughes, Ruth Sullivan and Angharad Ormond were appointed as the Tower's Artistic Directors
'1984' in rehearsal March
Three years ago : the cast of 1984 in rehearsal.
'Metamorphosis' April
The Virtual Tower production of Metamorphosis receives an OnComm award nomination.
'Romeo and Juliet' May
Five years ago : Romeo and Juliet is performed at Theatro Technis
Photo by David Sprecher
'Love [and Survival] in a time of Covid' June
The Tower mounts an ambitious 3-week festival of around 50 events in multiple venues.
'Love [and Survival]' exhibition July
The festival also included several art and craft exhibitions : here's a model bookshop created by Annemarie Fearnley
Photo by Laurence Tuerk
'Jubilee Voices' August
The cast and crew of Jubilee Voices, performed at the Arcola Theatre as part of the Love [and Survival] in a time of Covid festival.
'The Merchant of Venice' September
The first main full-scale production after lockdown - finally on stage after an 18-month delay!
Photo by Robert Piwko
2021 Annual General Meeting October
The Artistic Directors present their report at the Company's Annual General Meeting
Photograph by Laurence Tuerk
'Kensukes's Kingdom' November
After one performance, there was a photo-opportunity for the audience to meet Stella, Tomodachi and Kikanbo - the puppets specially created for the show by Isaac Insley.
Photo by Laurence Tuerk
Q and A session for 'Mules' December
Playwright Winsome Pinnock joins Director Landé Belo after one performance of our recent production to field questions from the audience.