RSC Recognise Staff Dedication
RSC staff receive long service awards.
The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) have recognised the dedication of the Company staff members in their various roles, awarding Long Service Awards to colleagues who combined have worked for the RSC for over 200 years.
Catherine Mallyon, RSC Executive Director said, “Congratulations, enormous admiration, and many thanks to the RSC colleagues receiving their Long Service Awards. With over 200 years of experience between them, their skill and variety of expertise can be seen throughout the Company every day. The RSC takes pride in being a teaching and learning theatre, encouraging progression and training the next generation of professional theatre makers.”
The event took place on the Royal Shakespeare Theatre stage with those receiving their awards showcasing the many skills and careers that exist at the RSC from ticketing and retail, to costume making, Stage and Props technician to producing.
Those receiving the Long Service Awards (20 years’ service) included:
Steve Haworth from Stratford-upon-Avon, Head of Ticketing and Retail.
Deborah Jaunai-Recardo from Mickleton, Chipping Campden, Women’s Costumier.
Yvette Manhood from from Billericay, Essex, Assistant Men's Cutter.
Dolores Manteiga Defente from Stratford-upon-Avon, Sales & Ticketing Operator.
Zarah Meherali from Bexley, Kent, Costume Production Coordinator.
Ben Morris from Leamington Spa, Scenic Carpenter.
Tom Watts from Stratford-upon-Avon, Head of Stage and Props.
Kevin Wimperis from Stratford-upon-Avon, Specialized Senior Stage & Props Technician.
For 22 years’ service:
Zoe Donegan from Aston Cantlow, Head of Producing.
Discover more about the RSC: https://www.rsc.org.uk/