Tom Goodman-Hill

Tom Goodman-Hill trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He received a Laurence Olivier Award nomination for his performance as Sir Lancelot in the London production of Spamalot and is best-known for playing Mr Roger Grove in the ITV series Mr Selfridge.
Mrs Parker of New York City
“Whatever you think Dorothy Parker was like, she wasn’t” She was famed for her ruthless wit, her satirical verses and sharp-tongued stories. She often highlighted men’s casual, contemptuous treatment of women. She herself experienced many disastrous love affairs, drank and smoked too much, but gloried in her independence – a star on the page and in performance. Catch her spirit in this dramatic and musical tribute to Dorothy Parker and her work. ...
The Maestro: Furtwängler and the Nazis
Taking Sides – the 1995 West End and Broadway hit written by Oscar-winning The Dresser playwright Ronald Harwood and originally directed by Harold Pinter – dramatises the great conductor Wilhelm Furtwängler’s ‘denazification’. Using extracts from the play and documentary evidence the latest specially commissioned production from Tristram Powell (Talking Heads) and ...