Corporate Supporters Celebrate Four Decades of Trinity Theater

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Trinity Theater supporters gathered to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the charity-run venue.

Anniversary guests sipped Piña Colada cocktails at the Flamingo Bar before embarking on the crazy 1980s-themed golf event. The evening was the perfect opportunity for Trinity to brief corporate partners, supporters and friends of the site’s heritage renovation plan, which includes the clock tower project funded by the National Lottery.

Work is expected to be complete this fall, with all four floors and the 360-degree viewing platform opening to the public by October. With the toasts to the theater’s future over, Trinity’s ‘Tears For Beers’ marketing team began playing, followed by attorneys from Berry & Lamberts, whose team moniker ‘MIAMI Legal AdVICE’ won the prize of the best team name.

Hilden Park ‘Best Dressed Team’ accounts wore gold bomber jackets and sweatbands for their run on the indoor crazy gold course. Meanwhile, Tunbridge Wells-based global property and construction consultancy Gleeds was ambitious enough to enter two teams and won the title of top swinger.

THE THEATER SEEKS A NEW PRESIDENCY OF DIRECTORS

Trinity is also recruiting a new Chairman of the Board, to replace Michael Stevens when his term ends later this year.

The President leads a Board of 12 directors ensuring good governance and cooperating with the CEO and senior management to provide strategic direction. The volunteer role will require approximately two working days per month, but candidates should ideally have previous experience as president or vice president of an established business or charity organization.

An interest in theater and/or the arts world is helpful but not essential, the arts center said.

Applicants should contact [email protected] The recruitment process closes on June 30, 2022.

Michael was previously a senior partner at Cripps Pemberton Greenish, where he was a commercial real estate lawyer who acted for major public and private sector investors and occupiers. He holds a number of non-executive positions throughout Kent and is a county ambassador.

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