The Team

With Seasons Theatre Company being a not for profit, community interest company, our team of volunteers are an integral part of the group. From technical roles and wardrobe assistance to administration and marketing, our volunteers help our members from rehearsals through to performance, giving up their time every week to help.

Barbara Jones

Business Director / Production Manager / Artistic Director

Paul Jones

Musical Director / Rehearsal Pianist

David Foster

Assistant Rehearsal Pianist / Set Designer

Helen Mann

Property Master / Paint Crew / Stagehand

Cerys Mann

Paint Crew / Stagehand

Lauren Draper


Lydia Bain

Hair Designer / Make-up Designer

Diane Foster

Costume Designer / Paint Crew / Wardrobe Assistant

Alison Myatt

Refreshment Supervisor / Wardrobe Assistant

Helen Clarke

Wardrobe Assistant

Nancy Cornwell

Wardrobe Assistant

Gary Challinor


Dan Griffiths


Andy Whittaker

Stagehand / Logistics

John Myatt

Treasury / Administration

Diane Challinor

Administration / Front of House

Michael Drake

Committee Member

Adam Britton

Committee Member / Administration / Social Media

Laura Podmore

Committee Member / Administration / Marketing

Michael Oakes


Seasons is a fantastic opportunity for people with learning disabilities to work alongside community-based actors, to be part of an amateur dramatic society.

As Support Staffordshire development officers, we supported Seasons to apply and secure funding to kickstart and build up financial reserves, to enable Seasons to keep going for future years.

We attended Seasons launch night on the 20th February 2014 and it was great to see group members, volunteers and staff take pride in what they do. The launch night and everything to do with Seasons is very professional and inspiring. It was great to see the enthusiasm, commitment and dedication of the cast and to see an array of talents on display.

We look forward to seeing how Seasons develop and make a difference to peoples lives.

— Ros Burton & Timon Scheven, Support Staffordshire —