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Tom Cox

Tom Cox Tom is London based theatre creative, originally from the Midlands. Having initially trained as an actor at the Guildford School of Acting, he's participated in both the Royal Court and Soho Theatre's playwright groups. Tom now works as a freelance writer, as well as supporting emerging talent programmes for some of the UK's most prestigious theatres.


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BWW Review: NO MAN'S LAND, Wyndham's Theatre, 20 September 2016
September 22, 2016

Harold Pinter's No Man's Land returns to the Wyndham's theatre no more than forty-six years after it last hit the same stage. Redefined by the powerhouse duo of Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, this production is a rare autumnal treat that's bound to intrigue.

BWW Review: SHOW BOAT, New London Theatre, April 28 2016
April 28, 2016

Show Boat is recognised as a classic show in the Musical Theatre canon and Daniel Evans does a worthy job of bringing it back with style and class. From the opening chord, the wonderful score sounds better than ever and what could be a clunky revival feels fresh, exciting and polished.

BWW Review: BOY, Almeida Theatre, April 13 2016
April 27, 2016

Leo Butler brings to the stage a day in the life of an aimless, moneyless, seventeen-year-old boy with nowhere really to go. Despite this lack of action, the result is a hypnotic, moving play which lives in both the cavernous scale of London and the tiny circumnavigation of the marginalised Liam.

BWW Review: RIGHT NOW, Bush Theatre, March 29 2016
April 27, 2016

Right now, in the heart of Shepherds Bush, there is a rare opportunity to see a Quebecois play by award-winning playwright Catherin-Anne Toupin.

BWW Review: MOTOWN THE MUSICAL, Shaftesbury Theatre, March 10 2016
March 10, 2016

Motown the Musical smashes together all of your favourite Motown hits, while following the story of Berry Gordy, the man who made it all happen.

BWW Review: MERIT, Finborough Theatre, March 04 2016
March 10, 2016

In this time of austerity, Alexandra Wood offers up a neat two-hander about the effects of both wealth and poverty on morality, questioning what merits real action.

BWW Reviews: THE PATRIOTIC TRAITOR, Park Theatre, February 24 2015
February 26, 2016

The Patriotic Traitor is the story of close friends, Charels de Gaulle and Philippe Petain, who despite sharing a love of France, wind up on opposing sides during World War II.