Tom NeillCategory: Actors
Tom is a multi-disciplinary artist and producer working throughout the UK as a composer, actor and theatre director. He is a founder member of Prime Studios in Windsor and an associate artist of internationally touring Blackeyed Theatre.
Theatre: George Wilson, The Great Gatsby, Blackeyed Theatre (dir. Eliot Giuralarocca); Ensemble, Death In Venice, Opera North (dir. Yoshi Oïda, revival dir. Rob Kearley); Finding Alice (dir. Jessica Swale); Don’t Look Back, dreamthinkspeak (dir. Tristan Sharps); Sir John French, Oh What A Lovely War (dir. Adrian McDougall); Trofimov, The Cherry Orchard (dir. Bart Lee); Voice to the Voiceless, Beautiful Creatures (dir. Danielle Corbishley); Bruce Flaherty, Blue / Orange (dir. Stephen Macaulay); Givola, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (dir. Bart Lee); Stephano, The Tempest (for South Hill Park); Christmas shows for various companies and educational theatre in Primary, Secondary and SEN schools.
Music: Not About Heroes (Blackeyed Theatre); The Other Side of Me (Alleyne Dance, with Alan Dicker); Three Songs of Charlotte Mew (Soprano / Piano); The Winter Giant (Beautiful Creatures and Battle Festival); Fanfare for the Future (Onyx Brass); In and Out of Chekhov’s Shorts (Dragonboy Productions); Untitled (Orange) (Jazz, after Nadja Dhaenke); Call of the Bells (Beautiful Creatures and Reading Borough Council); Under Milk Wood (Pentameters); Beauty and the Beast (Blackeyed Theatre); Henry V (for South Hill Park).