Being Tommy Cooper
My play Being Tommy Cooper will be on tour across the UK throughout May and June 2013.
Full details: www.beingtommycooper.co.uk.
For updates see @tommytour on Twitter.
Being Tommy Cooper first ran at the Old Red Lion Theatre in Islington from 12 June - 21 July 2012. It received four nominations for the OffWestEnd.com Theatre Awards (Offies) including Best New Play, Best Production, Best Male Actor (Damian Williams),
★★★★★ - Saul Reichlin for Remotegoat
"Tom Green's brilliant, excoriating portrait of the essential Tommy Cooper. An unforgettable performance [from Damian Williams]. A marvellous production, it is all there before you. Just like that. A must-see."
★★★★★ - One Stop Arts
"This is West-End, National Theatre virtuosity. Even if you're not a Tommy Cooper fan or you know little about his work, this show is a must-see."
British Theatre Guide
(They do not use stars)
"Brave in its mission, Being Tommy Cooper is a slick, emotive and thoroughly entertaining portrait of one of the most popular comics of the 20th century."
★★★★★ - Watford Observer
"Suffice to say that it is one of the most stunning evenings I have spent in the theatre. Entertaining, funny and a fascinating insight into a Tommy Cooper that we knew far less about......Damian Williams performance as Tommy blew me away"
★★★★★ - Aline Waites for Remotegoat
"Totally riveting...an extremely enjoyable evening"
Here are some of the comments about the play on Twitter, via Storify: http://storify.com/tngee/being-tommy-cooper
Is There Anything I Could Wear?
My short play "Is There Anything I Could Wear" was at Theatre 503 from March 5th - March 10th (Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat matinee) as part of Rapid Write Rewind.
The cast was Joseph Glynn and Rachel Dale, and it was directed by Cecily Boys.
Talking In Bed
My new play Talking In Bed ran at Theatre 503 in London from Jan 10th 2011, directed by Cecily Boys for Old Bomb Theatre Productions.
London Festival Fringe ★★★★ "This play is a deftly-handled peek into the bedroom of four unrelated couples; and Tom Green’s observational comedy is highly watchable."
Remotegoat ★★★★ "Sharp, funny, touching, dramatic, thoughtful"
Spoonfed: "Green exposes the naked truth – literally – and delves into the unspoken, unnamed and uncomfortable with ease and simultaneous daring."
Read more about Talking In Bed at Theatre 503.
For Ever England
My radio drama, For Ever England, was broadcast as an Afternoon Play on BBC Radio 4 on 22nd September 2010 .
Fighting (Brockley Jack, Feb 2010) - Directed by Kate Bannister, produced by Karl Swinyard.