Tom has been working in the Theatre and Live Entertainment Industry since 2004.  He has worked in a wide variety of venues such as small studios, Regional Rep main houses, West End Theatres right through to festival stages and City-wide events.

Tom is now focusing on Lighting Design for theatre and live entertainment. Upcoming Lighting Designs include The Man Who Had All the Luck at the King’s Head Theatre, Islington, Our House at Nottingham Arts Theatre and Sunset Boulevard at Loughborough Town Hall.

Tom’s recent work as a Lighting Designer includes Sister ActAnnie & Legally Blonde at Nottingham Theatre Royal, Oh, the Humanity and Other Good Intentions at London’s Tabard Theatre, Cinderella at The Maltings in Berwick-upon-Tweed, A Chorus Line & Hairspray at Loughborough Town Hall and Bare: A Pop Opera at Loughborough Town Hall Studio.

Relighter credits include The Threepenny Opera tour for Graeae, Nottingham Playhouse, Ipswich New Wolsey, Birmingham Rep and West Yorkshire Playhouse.

As Associate Lighting Designer Tom’s credits include Oklahoma & Fiddler on the Roof at Nottingham Theatre Royal, Sleeping Beauty at Loughborough Town Hall and Gretel and Hansel at the Capitol Horsham and out on tour in the UK.

Please browse to the Credits, Experience and Portfolio pages for more information on Tom’s work.

Recent Posts

Panto! on BBC4

Panto!In December 2012 Tom began an involvement with the People’s Theatre Company pantomime at the Nottingham Arts Theatre; an amateur theatre company with overwhelming drive and passion for producing fun, family friendly theatre with exceedingly low budgets.  Tom has supported the PTC’s annual pantomime every year since.

Tonight, Monday 22nd December 2014, on BBC4 at 9.25pm is a documentary made by Jeanie Finlay simultaneously demonstrating the struggles and rewards for both amateur theatre companies and small scale theatres.  A fantastic piece of film on a group of people who don’t let anything get in their way despite high tension, high emotion and ever increasing expectation.

Nottingham Arts Theatre
People’s Theatre Company
Jeanie Finlay
BBC Storyville

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