2015 Company Profiles
This season:Prince in ROMEO & JULIET, Rowley in SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. Previously for SATTF: Corin in AS YOU LIKE IT, Richard Noakes in ARCADIA. RICHARD III TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, KING LEAR, OTHELLO,THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, HAMLET, Caska in JULIUS CAESAR, ANTONY & CLEOPATRA, Egeus & Robin Starveling in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, Sebastian in THE TEMPEST, RICHARD II, and Angelo in THE COMEDY OF ERRORS. Over a thirteen year period Alan produced, directed and acted in many productions as a founder-member of Show of Strength Pub Theatre Company, producing new writing and rare classics.
Business Cultural Champion
Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory celebrated Tony Cherry, Regional Senior Partner of DAC Beachcroft LLP, as Business Cultural Champion at an event organised by Arts & Business at the Colston Hall in November 2012. The event was hosted by Phil Gibby, Regional Director of Arts Council England.
The Business Cultural Champion award is designed to provide arts organisations with an opportunity to recognise the support of outstanding business donors. Tony Cherry has been an extremely generous supporter of SATTF, helping to ensure continued support of the company's productions and education programme, especially during difficult financial times.
"We are proud sponsors of Shakespeare at The Tobacco Factory and have been now for over 5 years. We are delighted to accept the award nominated by the company, and look forward to continuing our successful relationship and our support of the arts in Bristol."
Tony Cherry, Regional Senior Partner of DAC Beachcroft LLP in Bristol
DAC Beachcroft LLP is a leading international legal business celebrating its 250th Anniversary this year. The company has provided SATTF, a charity unsupported by public funds, with invaluable financial support on an annual basis since 2007.
(Phil Gibby, Regional Director ACE, Tony Cherry, Regional Senior Partner of DAC Beachcroft LLP in Bristol,
Morag Massey, General Manager SATTF, Phil Spedding, Director Arts & Buiness)
Photo: Chris Howat Courtesy: Arts & Business
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