Welcome to Tom Grace's website: London-based actor of stage and screen.

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Born in Australia, raised in the UK, Tom studied Drama at the University of East Anglia, trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and has been helping tell stories on stage and screen ever since.

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September 2019

Tom is back on home soil following Idle Discourse's swashbuckling tour to Czechia with Shakespeare's Pericles: Prince of Tyre, performing in the faithfully restored 350-year old Valtice Palace Theatre complete with baroque stage machinery!


As if you are infinite

February 2019

Tom will be back working with Rachel Betts on her mosaic play "As if you are infinite"! Performing at Pegasus Theatre, Oxford and Arts Depot, London, Tom will be reprising the roles of Tate, Evelyn, Mr Davis and many more!


SLAMinutes Goes Mental

October 2018

Tom is honoured to be performing at SLAMinutes Goes Mental on the 14th October. Performing a monologue written by an ex-soldier suffering with PTSD, the evening will platform the people behind the statistics of the mental health discussion.


'As if you are infinte'

July 2018

Tom took part in a rehearsed reading of Rachel Bett's new play at the Pegasus Theatre, Oxford as part of John Retallack's playwriting course, multi-roling as shy pre-schooler Thomas, teen romantic Tate and stay-at-home dad Mr Davis!


'Comedy of Errors'

May 2018

Rehearsals have begun for Idle Discourse's Comedy of Errors, opening at Valtice Castle, Czech Republic in June where it will run in a recently restored 350-year-old theatre. Tom will be playing Antipholus (Ephesus and Syracuse).


As if you are infinite

August 2019

Tom returned to work with Rachel Betts and the rest of the company of "As if you are infinite", this time at artsdepot, London, developing the piece further with a cast of professional and young performers over a week of workshops and shows.


Marchland Arms

January 2019

Tom will be returning to work with European theatre company Théâtre Volière when they return to London for Marchland: a season of interdisciplinary events from the edges and in-between places of Europe.


'The Queen's Arcadia'

September 2018

Tom had an amazing time performing The Queen's Arcadia with Shakespeare's Globe at Christ Church, Oxford for the first time since it had its premiere there 313 years ago. They even had a chance to drink in a room that Will himself stayed in!


'Down Will Come'

June 2018

Rehearsals and pre-production meetings have begun for independent film Down Will Come, the story of a surgeon coping with the loss of her newly-wed husband in which Tom will be starring as Joel. Principal filming begins in September.


Casting: Antipholus

April 2018

Tom is overjoyed to announce that he will be taking the leads role(s!) of Antipholus of Ephesus.... and Antipholus of Syracuse in Idle Discourse's Comedy of Errors!


Casting: Pericles

July 2019

Tom will be returning for more globe-trotting Shakespearean adventure with Idle Discourse, taking the title role in Pericles: Prince of Tyre! Touring this summer to the beautiful Valtice Palace Theatre in Czechia where they performed together in 2018. 


Christmas Carol

October 2018

Tom is excited to be joining Tim McInnerny, Rupert Everett and Jon Snow in Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol in support of developing the urban open space Coram's Fields in Bloomsbury. Admission is free, with all proceeds going to charity!


'The Queen's Arcadia'

August 2018

Tom is delighted to be returning to work with director Nick Hutchison for the fourth time for The Globe Theatre's Read Not Dead staging of Samuel Daniel's 'The Queen of Arcadia' in the role of Palamaon in Christ Church, Oxford in September.


'Comedy of Errors'

June 2018

Tom has returned from the Czech Republic after a bucket-list adventure with Comedy of Errors as Antipholus (Ephesus and Syracuse) in what was Valtice Castle's first English-speaking production in its 350-year history.



March 2018

Théâtre Voliére's Arnika has completed its run at the Bridewell Theatre as part of the company's Marchland Season. Playing police investigator Lamar in this post-war European drama based on real-life events.




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