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Alan Jarvis 3 months, 3 weeks ago #1

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Received very sad news today that Alan Jarvis died last Wednesday 13th September. He had been diagnosed with cancer 2 years ago, but seemed to be making progress. However, unfortunately he became ill again a few weeks ago and died in Trinity Hospice, Clapham.

His last appearance at SLT was as Siward in Macbeth. He had often appeared in musicals as well. He had been a member since 1993. He was a well respected and popular member of any cast, and appeared in a variety of productions. He was a true gentleman and will be much missed.

Sincere condolences to his wife Pam, and his family.

Last Edit: 3 months, 3 weeks ago by JLH.

Re: Alan Jarvis 3 months, 3 weeks ago #2

Such sad news. My first production with Alan was in 1993. A true gentleman and great to have as a cast member alongside you. Deepest condolences to Pam and family. Fx

Re: Alan Jarvis 3 months, 3 weeks ago #3

He appeared in over 20 productions. He played Lord Brockhurst in both our productions of The Boy Friend (20 years apart).

Cheerful and friendly, he will be sadly missed.

Re: Alan Jarvis 3 months, 3 weeks ago #4

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Alan's funeral is at 12.30pm on Monday 2nd October at Lambeth Crematorium, Blackshaw Road, SW17 0BY. Afterwards, people will adjourn to the Leather Bottle in Garratt Lane, SW17 0NY, (which has a car park).

Pam would be happy to see anyone from SLT who knew Alan. If you wish to give flowers, that's fine. Otherwise, donations to Trinity Hospice at Clapham, where Alan died, would be welcomed.

Among Alan's other appearances on the SLT's stage were parts in the following plays; Lock Up Your Daughters (1994); The Taming of the Shrew  (1994); One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest (1995); Habeas Corpus (1998); Dealer's Choice (2001);Two Gentlemen of Verona (2002); Privates on Parade (2002); The Tempest (2003); Fuente Ovejuna (2005) and By Jeeves (2014), thus displaying a wide range of roles and versatility.

We will miss you, Alan.

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