Tom Lawrence
Horatio
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Tom trained at Exeter University and RADA. His previous work for Shakespeare’s Globe includes Hamlet. His theater credits include: Summer and Smoke (Apollo Theatre and Nottingham Playhouse); When We Are Married (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Oliver Twist (Library Theatre, Manchester); Death in Venice (Snape Maltings and Bregenz Festspielhaus); House and Garden (Salisbury Playhouse); Biloxi Blues (Vanburgh Theatre), and Forest Sale (Royal Opera House, Deloitte Ignite). Tom is a founding member of Punchdrunk, with whom he has codevised and performed in several sitespecific productions, including the South Bank Show Best Theatre Awardnominated The Masque of the Red Death as well as Woyzeck, The House of Oedipus, The Cherry Orchard, The Black Diamond, and The Firebird Ball. His film credits include: Age of Heroes, Christ’s Dog, Isaac, and Jack and Jill. His television credits include: Prefaces to Shakespeare: Hamlet, Silent Witness, Inspector Lynley, Doctors, The Rating Game, and Ingham Investigates. His radio credits include: Night of the Hunter (Sony Award Winner), To Sicken and So Die, Made in China, Dixon of Dock Green, Like An Angel, and numerous readings for Poetry Please. Tom has made many recordings, including readings of All Quiet on the Western Front, Wild Abandon, and The Collected Works of John Betjeman.