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Stephen Balchin as Valmont in 'Les Liaisons Dangereuses' (2001)

Stephen Balchin
New writing, member communications

Steve, a former Chair of Woodhouse, is also a writer and actor.

Liz Braithwaite in 'They Came From Mars and Landed Outside the Farndale Avenue Church Hall in Time for the Townswomen's Guild's Coffee Morning' (2002)

Elizabeth Braithwaite
Production co-ordination, front of house

Liz has played many parts with Woodhouse over the years, and has only lost one tea urn, which was subsequently rediscovered.

Khadija Cheetham-Slade in 'Sense and Sensibility' (2002)

Khadija Cheetham-Slade
Publicity, social events

Khadija has been with Woodhouse since 2002 and graduated from acting to directing.

James Goodman, as the Mayor of Hameln (sic) in 'The Pied Piper' (2003-4)

James Goodman
Treasurer, infrastructure, social events

James enjoys touching people for a tenner, so the job of treasurer, collecting the membership fees, is ideal for him.

Vi Gostling, our President

Vi Gostling

Our President is also the Vice-Chair of Waltham Forest Arts Council and Chair of the Leytonstone Festival, and has a wealth of experience in local drama.

Carla MacLean as Lady Macbeth in 'Macbeth' (2004)

Carla MacLean
Workshops and one-offs, inventory

Carla joined Woodhouse in 2003 and brings a wealth of experience to the group.

Thos Ribbits making a digital appearance as Lord Lastic in 'Dracula - The Vampire Strikes Back' (2003)

Thos Ribbits
Secretary, inventory, records

Thos joined in 2003, and brings administrative expertise to the group. Oh and he also writes comedy blah blah blah.

Tim Saward as Macduff in 'Macbeth' (2004)

Tim Saward
Chairman, fundraising, recruitment, website

Tim is a composer and actor, and joined Woodhouse in 2001. He currently spends his evenings writing these pages.

 W H A T   W E   D O

The 2004-5 committee organised a ton of things.

We met every six weeks, upped the number of projects, invested in infrastructure and moved the group forward. Check out the current committee page to see who's in now and what they're up to.

 M I N U T E S

We meet roughly every six weeks. Download the minutes of our meetings here:

see subsequent minutes >

 W A N T   I N ?

If you're interested in becoming a member of committee, you can stand for election at the AGM. For a quick rundown of this process, see here.

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