The Norman Conquests

The Norman Conquests

Alan Ayckbourn’s comic masterpiece consists of three interconnecting plays, Table Manners, Living Together and Round and Round the Garden. 

Sweat

Sweat

Set in the Rust Belt town of Reading, Pennsylvania, the play explores the impact of economic and political turmoil on the lives of a diverse group of steel workers. 

A Passage To India

A Passage To India

It’s 1920’s Chandrapore and Adela Quested has accompanied her future mother-in-law, Mrs Moore, to India before committing to marriage. 

Rules For Living

Rules For Living

Our production of Rules For Living is set in our own neighbourhood of Stoke Newington. 

Blithe Spirit

Blithe Spirit

The Tower Theatre Company again displays comedic excellence as they lift Noël Coward’s witty and well-timed words from the page ferociously and successfully in their latest perf… 

Breaking The Code

Breaking The Code

It’s only two years until the face of Alan Turing appears on the new £50 note. 

Fix Up by Kwame Kwei-Armah

Fix Up by Kwame Kwei-Armah

October 2004 and it's Black History Month, but no one's flocking to "Fix Up", Kiyi's bookshop in Tottenham where shelves are filled with the works of Marcus Garvey, James Baldwin, Claude McKay, Toni Morrison … 

Little Light

Little Light

Humble Crumble and Loitering With Intent present Alice Birch’s Little Light performed in a disused swimming pool in the bowels of the Tower Theatre. The play concerns a morbid family ritual by the sea that is interrupted by unexpected guests… 

Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw

Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw

Witness the transformation of Elisa Doolittle from flower girl to duchess in this timeless comedy about social divide, women's rights and the "education" of the working class. Pygmalion both delighted and scandalized its first audiences in 1914…