Rob McDermott has been an enthusiastic supporter of the arts in the Forth Valley area for a number of years, his interests varying from cinema to amateur dramatics. A gap in his busy diary led him to returning to the stage thirty years after he had hung out with the Sharks in a production of West Side story in his teens. An insatiable appetite for doing things has led him to being part of the Trustee group, his enthusiasm for singing, acting, community involvement and generally having a good time has come in handy in this role. In between performing, sailing, cycling, skiing and being a dad he finds time to work at Forth Valley College ensuring to the best of his abilities things are done right and on time.
Lindsey Spowage is Vice President and has been a member of Alloa Musical Players since 1975. She has over the years been a performer, committee member, fundraiser and Artistic Director for AMP. Lindsey is retired from a career in the charity sector and lives in Menstrie.
Paige Allan has been a member of AMP since she joined us for
South Pacific in 2015. Paige is an Early Years Officer locally and is the newest
member of our Board. She brings dance skills, enthusiasm and wit to the company
and plenty of one liners.
Kirsty Gillies joined Amp in 2015 as a performing member. She lives in Stirling and works as an ASN teacher in Sauchie. She is a devoted member of AMP and thoroughly enjoys the community feel that the charity fosters.
Lesley Kettles joined Alloa Musical Players in 2008 and is a
former committee member and Treasurer of AMP as well as being a performing
member. Lesley lives in Alloa and is a
Teacher of Business Studies in Stirling.
Leanne Cook is Treasurer as well as being a performing member with Alloa Musical Players. Leanne lives in Tillicoultry, works in Alloa, has considerable experience of working in the charity/finance sector and with volunteers, and is a student working towards adding another HND Administration & IT to her qualifications.
Antony Carter works in Commercial Services at the University of Stirling. With AMP he has performed and directed and has served as a Trustee for two years. He performs with a number of other community theatre groups and brings a wealth of experience of running theatre companies and selecting performance material.
Young Trustee Caitlin Smith joined AMP In 2014 as a performer and has already been a committee member for three years. Her photography skills have been very useful, as is her developing career as a dance teacher.