Lazarus Theatre Company in association with Acting for Others
present the inaugural Lazarus Charity Calendar for 2021.
Until we can have theatre in our lives,
At least have some on your wall in 2021!
Featuring 12 iconic production shots taken by company photographer Adam Trigg the Lazarus 2021 Calendar is the perfect way to ring in a creative New Year.
The calendar costs £12.50 (including UK p&p) with all proceeds being split equally between Artists featured in the calendar, theatrical charity Acting for Others and our Covid recovery project: Year of Exploration.
The Year of Exploration will see the company launch into a period of research and development, asking how and why we make theatre, seizing this rare opportunity to explore ourselves as artists, as a company and ensemble with focus on what we can do, a chance to pause, reflect and practice, providing employment through developing and creating partnerships and collaborations.
The Acting for Others team, Aaron Peters, Adam Trigg, Alec Parkinson, Alex Good, Alex Musgrave, Alex Zur, Alexander de Fonseca, Alice (Brown) Collings, Andrew Gallo, Andrew Glen, Ben Jacobs, Bobby Locke, Carly Thoms, Charlotte Dowding, Colette O'Rourke, Connor McConnell, Cristiano Casimiro, Danny Solomon, David Clayton, David Thackeray, Edward Clements, Elizabeth Appleby, Elle Dillon Reams, Elliot Bornemann, Ethan Chapples, Gareth Balai, Gavin Harrington-Odedra, Gemma Beaton, George Jovanovic, Heather Doole, Ingvild Lakou, James Unsworth, Jamie O'Neill, Jamie Simmons, Jennifer Shakesby, John Slade, Joseph Tweedale, Julia Cave, Kerry Willison-Parry, Lakesha Cammock, Lawrence B Toye, Luke Ward-Wilkinson, Martin Prest, Matthew Hutchinson, Max Dorey, Micha Colombo, Mikko Juan, Nasa Ohalet, Natalie Harper, Neil McKeown, Phil Matejtschuk, Prince Plockey, Rachel Dingle, Rachel Smith, Rhys Bevan, Ricky Dukes, Robin Holden, Rosanna Stalbow, Sam Glossop, Samantha Andersen, Sara Reimers, Sorcha Corcoran, Stephen Emery, Stuart Glover, Stuart Mortimer and Tom Jobson.
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