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I’ve worked as a performer on screen, as well as in traditional theatre, immersive work of all shapes and sizes, and online performances. While it’s not my main focus anymore, I’m always interested in hearing about new projects, so please get in touch if you’d like to chat.

Dominic Corr
The Reviews Hub

Multiple players being able to throw a spanner into the works elevates Jury Duty from a simplistic narrative into a complex production involving masterfully adept improvisation from Tom Black... [he] can respond to the good cops, the bad cops and the sympathetic cops with equal ability.

Cindy Marcolina
Broadway World

Black orchestrates the show with ease and apt urgency, ensuring that all participants are busy (and, above all, comfortable to be so) at all times.

Anna James
The Stage

Crisis? What Crisis? is a complex story that requires fairly constant concentration and works best for those with a solid level of political know-how, but Tom Black (who also wrote the show) is impressively calm and collected as the leader.



Make Me Prime Minister (TwoFour, Channel Four)

Nasty Neighbours (Mothers Best Child, Channel 4)


The B@IT (Mothers Best Child, Channel 4)

The Office Christmas Party (Jury Games)


Crooks 1926 (COLAB Theatre)
A Midsummer Night’s Stream (Ctrl-Alt-Repeat)

Jury Duty (Exit Productions)
England Expects (Parabolic Theatre)

The Importance of BCC’ing Earnest (Ctrl-Alt-Repeat)

The Inquest (Jury Games)
We Have A Situation (Parabolic Theatre)


For King & Country: 1944 (Parabolic Theatre)

Bridge Command (Parabolic Theatre)

Crisis? What Crisis? (Parabolic Theatre)


For King & Country: 1940 (Parabolic Theatre)

Illicit Signals: Bletchley (Mechanical Thought)

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