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Two for Tea at the Stephen Joseph Theatre

Chris Monks

Enjoy a spot of tea with the cast, creative teams and leading personnel behind this summer's productions and events at the Stephen Joseph Theatre.

In the latest addition to its 60th anniversary special programme, the SJT is welcoming audiences to enjoy a cup of tea and a scone while listening to guest speakers on topics ranging from working with renowned playwright Alan Ayckbourn to getting wet and wild in the upcoming production of Tim Firth's Neville's Island and on planning for the future of the theatre.

There's a chance to hear from members of the cast currently appearing in Ayckbourn's first revival of Confusions and soon to be seen in the world premiere of his 79th play, Hero's Welcome; the director, designer and cast of Neville's Island will be discussing their revival production which opens in August; former Executive Director Stephen Wood and actress Heather Stoney - Lady Ayckbourn – will be recounting their time with the company; and there will also be a talk with Artistic Director Chris Monks and new Chief Executive Mathew Russell.

Two for Tea takes place at 4pm every Wednesday at the SJT throughout the summer until 9 September.

Upcoming talks include:


22 July: Tom Godwin and Christopher Godwin from the cast of The Woman In Black
29 July: Elizabeth Boag and Stephen Billington from the cast of Alan Ayckbourn's Confusions and Hero's Welcome
5 August: Stephen Wood, former SJT Executive Director, and actress Heather Stoney, Lady Ayckbourn.
12 August: Henry Bell, SJT Associate Director and Director of Neville's Island and Designer Lucy Weller
19 August: Jamie Chapman and Daniel Crowder from the cast of Neville's Island
26 August: John Last and Craig Cheetham from the cast of Neville's Island
2 September: Mathew Russell, SJT Chief Executive, and Chris Monks, SJT Artistic Director
9 September: Richard Stacey and Terenia Edwards from the cast of Alan Ayckbourn's Hero's Welcome

Tickets, priced at £6.50 to include a donation to the theatre's 7th Wave Fund in support of new work, are available from the Box Office on 01723 370541 and online at www.sjt.uk.com.
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