Tom England is an actor, theatre maker, facilitator and member of The Wardrobe Ensemble, with over a decade of experience working in devised theatre and the arts.
As part of The Wardrobe Ensemble, Tom has devised and performed in Mog The Forgetful Cat (Old Vic, Royal & Derngate, Wardrobe Ensemble co-production), WINNERS (Theatre on the Downs), The Last of the Pelican Daughters (Royal & Derngate, Edinburgh Festival Fringe), Education, Education, Education (Edinburgh Festival Fringe, UK Tour, Trafalgar Studios), 1972: The Future of Sex (Edinburgh Festival Fringe, UK Tour), and many more.
Outside of the company, Tom has worked extensively in the arts, leading outreach projects for the Imperial War Museum North, New Vic Theatre (Stoke-on-Trent), the Midlands Arts Centre in Birmingham, and the Welsh National Opera. All of which were focused on outreach and harnessing the power of storytelling in communities.
As a theatre practitioner and teacher Tom has worked with the Birmingham Conservatoire, directing a devised production of This Bloody Isle as part of the second year BA Acting course’s devising module. He has also taught Ensemble Theatre Making on the MA Acting course at the Birmingham Conservatoire and led seminars discussing the merits of storytelling and outreach work as part of the MA Theatre for Community and Education course at Mountivew.