“On the set of the Musketeers we are incredibly adolescent!We also

enjoyed making prank calls. I spent half an hour on the phone to

Clarks pretending to be a man who couldn't get his shoe off.” Tom sharing

with us how hard and serious this filming business is... ;)

 As this is an unofficial site, all mistakes,foul ups and glaring errors are all mine! - BritAngie 
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Gentleman of the Road- Currently in post production. Radio 4 plays Jane Eyre out on cd in May and The Visa Affair on Radio 3 in October. Musketeers Series 3 - . Broadcast in the UK in 28th May 2016 BBC1, USA on Hulu.(Already out in some contries.) The Cormoran Strike Mysteries - in pre- production.

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Tom hits the theatre with Reasons to be Happy Tom will be appearing in the play Reasons to be Happy by Neil LaBute at the Hampstead theatre in London. The play runs from 17th March to 16th April and tickets are priced from £10 to £35. The play is a sequel to Reasons to be Pretty and Tom is playing the same character Greg as he played in the first production. Grab your tickets from here!
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Tom in Hackett advert and featured in GQ March’s magazine. Tom has been becoming a style icon of late and this manifested itself in Tom appearing in the March edition of GQ for a photo shoot. The photo taken by Bryan Adams (yes *that* Bryan Adams) was for In Style EE Rising Stars in connection with the BAFTAS and Hackett clothing. He also appeared in an advert for Hackett to be found here. 
Tom at Rabbit Hole press night. Tom was a busy man on the 5th February- not content with hitting the instyle awards he also managed to pop along on the same night to the press night for the play Rabbit Hole at the Hampstead Theatre starring a old colleague Claire Skinner who was in the short movie The Enlightenment early in Toms career.
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Earl of Bedlam, pantaloons and Tom. So where do I begin with this one?! Erm pantaloons- yes that’s as good a place any. Tom had smuggled to him a pair of peasant pantaloons from the Musketeers set (as you do,) which he took along to local crafters of bespoke clothing The Earl of Bedlam. He commissioned them to make two waistcoats, one of which using the illicit pantaloons of smuggling. This whole saga came to light as Caroline from TEOB has been kindly sharing photos of Tom and the waistcoats at various stages of creation (the waistcoats, not Tom that is) on twitter (@NewsfromBedlam) Instagram and facebook. Tom eventually showcased the now cunningly disguised pantaloons at the InStyle EE Rising Stars event and press night for Rabbit Hole. You can see Tom talking about Pantaloon smuggling in this video. (No really!) (A massive thanks to Caroline and Mark at The Earl of Bedlam for allowing me to repost these.)
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Guy Fawkes the musical and Rada readthrough Another Tom sighting on the web (thank you to Di for spotting this!). Tom assisted with the production of Guy Fawkes The musical and video of him along with other actors doing a readthrough in 2015 at RADA can be found on this site.
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Tom at EE awards. Tom took his new look for a outing on the 5th February at the EE in style rising stars awards/party in connection with the Baftas in London. Tom was also asked  to write down his alltime favourite movie which was “Rust and Bone.
Tom in Radio 4 plays Jayne Eyre and The Magus. Tom has been very busy in the last few months and has two radios plays due to be broadcast on Radio 4. The first is Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. Tom is playing Mr Rochester and the play is being broadcast in 10 x 15 minute episodes from 29th February at 10.45am onwards. The play is also available on cd from 5th May.  The second play is the play The Magus by John Followes. Tom will be joining Charles Dance for this play aired sometime in March.Photos from the Soundhouse
Tom, Adrian Hodges and Charles Dance at the Soundhouse for The Magus recording. Tom and Charles Dance at the Soundhouse for The Magus recording.
Tom cancels appearance at Comic Con event in Manchester. Sadly Tom had to cancel his appearances at Cardiff and Bournemouth due to work commitments and unfortunately he’s also had to cancel Manchester for the same reasons. All tickets for photo ops will be refunded by Showmasters and details can be found on Showmasters website.
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Tom Counter restaurant photoshoot. Tom along with the Earl of Bedlam (aka Mark Wesley and Caroline Butler) took part in a photoshoot for the Vauxhall Counter restaurant whom to celebrate their first anniversary wanted to have local heroes added to their walls to decorate the restaurant. Once again a huge thank you to Caroline and Mark at Earl of Bedlam for sharing these. (Final restaurant photos taken by Thomas BadenClare.)
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Tom and his father David in Henry V short movie. As part of the 400th Anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare the Globe Theatre are launching “The Complete Walk” which will be a 2.5 mile walk with 37 screens along the route between Westminster and Tower Bridge. These screens will play a series of specially commissioned short films.Tom and his dad Daivd will feature in the Henry V short in this series. The event runs from 23rd to 24th April in London and more details will be released on the Globe’s website soon.
Tom continues with another play The Deep Blue Sea(Updated) Tom will be appearing in the Terrance Rattigan play The Deep Blue Sea playing Freddy Page. (A very different role from Greg in Reasons to Be Happy!) It will be on at the National theatre and runs from 1st June to 23rd September. Tickets can be obtained from here. (Book soon as tickets are selling fast!) Also the run of Reasons To be Happy was so succesful that they extended the run so it ended on the 23rd  April. (Updated as Deep is selling so fast they’ve extended the run to September.)
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Auction for Operation Smile UK(Updated!) The Burke family have generously donated a signed Athos art poster to auction for Operation Smile UK- a charity Tom supports. It’s a creation by the artist Jamie Stephens who has also signed it. It’s currently up on ebay here - so if you want to nab yourself a fantastic art print, have Tom’s signature and support a fantastic charity which helps kids with Cleft lips and palates across the globe then get biddinh. Good luck! :) - (Just to update this did sell for £510.00 but the buyer generously paid and gave the poster back to relist and raise even more! So huge thank you to my Anonymous Aussie Angel - thank you so much! Xx )(Final update- it sold for another £206.00 to a lady in the U.S.A.(thank you!xx) along with an extra donation(thank you Glynis xx)which makes the overall total raised of £750.00. Thank you so very much!! :) )
Tom cast as Cormoran Strike (Updated). The BBC  & Variety have now announced that Tom has been cast in the upcoming production of ‘The Cormoran Strike Mysteries’ playing the lead character. For those who aren't aware the series is an adaption based on the books written by Robert Galbraith which is the pen name for an author you might have heard of at some point-JK Rowling! The current information is this will be 7 x 60 minute episodes based on the 3 books (The Cuckoo's calling, The Silkworm, & Career of Evil) to be broadcast on the BBC sometime in 2017 (possibly Autumn). The series will be produced by JK Rowling's production company Bronte films In the meantime if you want to find out more about the novels the we're is based on you can find more info here. Huge congratulations to Tom :)
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Deep Blue Sea goes NTLive Toms current production of The Deep Blue sea has been included in The National Theatre Live service and was broadcast live to cinemas across the Uk on Monday. If you missed it though there are encore showings of the night and details can be found on http://ntlive.nationaltheatre.org.uk International fans will get to see this same recording in October so see the site for venues near you.
Reasons to be Happy rehearsals from Hampstead Theatre website Reasons to be Happy rehearsals from Hampstead Theatre website Telegraph interview - Photo by Matt Writtle (http://mattwrittle.com/) Telegraph interview - Photo by Matt Writtle (http://mattwrittle.com/) Tom after Reasons to be Happy - photo by @SolennePeltier Tom after Reasons to be Happy - photo by @SolennePeltier The Magus- BBC Radio 4 website The Magus- BBC Radio 4 website Reasons to be Happy  from Hampstead Theatre website Reasons to be Happy  from Hampstead Theatre website Series 3 The Musketeers Series 3 The Musketeers Telegraph interview - Photo by Matt Writtle (http://mattwrittle.com/) Tom from Season 3 as Athos - photo from Jessica Pope at the BBC Tom from Season 3 as Athos - photo from Jessica Pope at the BBC Reasons to be Happy press night from Hampstead Theatre website Reasons to be Happy press night from Hampstead Theatre website
Tom in “The Visa Affair” Radio play. Tom will be in the Joe Orton radio play ‘The Visa Affair’ to be broadcast on Radio 3 in October. Tom stars alongside Alison Steadman and his former ‘Roar’ cast mate Russell Tovey.