Tom Rogers


Tom trained on the Motley Theatre Design Course.

Theatre includes: Big Fish (the Other Palace); The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ¾ (Menier Chocolate Factory and Leicester Curve); The Snow Queen, The Rivals, The Misanthrope and A Christmas Carol (Bristol Old Vic); Madagascar (UK Tour); The Choir (Glasgow Citizens); Ragtime (Charing Cross); Five Guys Named Moe (Underbelly, Edinburgh); Racing Demon and 20 Tiny Plays About Sheffield (Sheffield Crucible); Grey Gardens and The Chimes (Southwark Playhouse); Moonfleet, Echo’s End, Bedroom Farce, Separate Tables, The Recruiting Officer, Joking Apart, The Spire, Epsom Downs and The Game of Love and Chance (Salisbury Playhouse); Oliver!, The Secret Adversary, A Bunch of Amateurs, The Witches of Eastwick, Thoroughly Modern Millie and Radio Times (Watermill Theatre); My Judy Garland Life and Joking Apart (Nottingham Playhouse); Each His Own Wilderness and The Man Who (Orange Tree); Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales (the Bargehouse, South Bank, and Shoreditch Town Hall); Beacons (Park Theatre); Beyond the Fence (Arts Theatre); Moominland Midwinter (the egg, Theatre Royal Bath); Happy Days (UK tour); Radio Times (UK tour); Llwyth (Sherman Cymru, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru tour and Taiwan) and Laughing Gas (Theatre Royal Plymouth and UK tour).

Opera includes: Written on Skin and Powder Her Face (Opera Philadelphia); Carmen (Teatro Petruzzelli in Bari, Italy, and Castleton Festival, USA); Il matrimonio segreto and La Cenerentola (Scottish Opera); La Fille du régiment (Opera Holland Park) and Let’s Make an Opera (Aldeburgh).

Dance includes: Goat (Rambert, Sadler’s Wells and UK tour); On the Habit of Being Oneself (Joe Moran Dance/Sadler’s Wells) and Les Amoureux (Company Chordelia/UK tour).

Television and music as Costume Designer includes: Robbie Williams’ Swings Both Ways (worldwide tour); Even Better Than the Real Thing (BBC1); Let It Shine (BBC1) and Head of Costume on Britain’s Got Talent (ITV).