Tom Gibbons Biog

Tom trained at Central School of Speech and Drama in Theatre Sound and is resident sound designer for the international physical theatre company Parrot{in the}Tank.

Recent design credits for Parrot include: Excursions (Arts Depot and Roundhouse) Just Above The Below (Arts Theatre, Paradise Gardens Festival, Tour of Slovakia) and Freeman Gallop (ICA London, Prague Scenofest, Budva Montenegro), Storm out of a Teacup (Arts Depot).


Recent Theatre Includes: Hamlet (Almeida/West End); A View From the Bridge (nominated for Best Sound Design Olivier Award 2015) (Young Vic/West End), Life of Galileo, Happy Days, A Season in the Congo, Disco Pigs (Young Vic) Hedda Gabler, Sunset At The Villa Thalia, The Red Barn, People, Places and Things (Winner for Best Sound Design, Olivier Awards 2016) (National Theatre/West End); Les Miserables (Wermland Opera, Sweden); The Lorax (Old Vic); The Crucible (Walter Kerr Theater Broadway); Oresteia (Almeida Theatre/Trafalgar Studios); Anna Karenina (Manchester Royal Exchange); The Moderate Soprano, Elephants (Hampstead Theatre); White Devil, As You Like It (RSC); Translations, Plenty (Sheffield Crucible); Mr Burns, 1984 (Almeida/West End/Broadway); The Absence of War, Romeo & Juliet (Headlong); Lion Boy (Complicite); Henry IV, Julius Caesar (Donmar, St Ann’s Brooklyn); Grounded (Gate Theatre);The Spire (Salisbury Playhouse); London, The Angry Brigade, Wasted (Paines Plough); Roundabout Season (Shoreditch Town Hall, Paines Plough); The Rover (Hampton Court Palace); Love Love Love (Royal Court); Dead Heavy Fantastic (Liverpool Everyman); Chalet Lines, The Knowledge, Little Platoons, 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover (Bush Theatre).



"...and trippy enhancements from Tom Gibbons's roaring sound design..." Time Out review of 1984, Almeida.