Tacit Theatre | Tom Daplyn
Tom Daplyn, Tacit Theatre, The Canterbury Tales
Tom Daplyn, Tacit Theatre, The Canterbury Tales
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Tom Daplyn

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Tom is a founding member of Tacit Theatre. Tom has wrote the adaptation of and played Harry Bailey in THE CANTERBURY TALES, directed THE OFFICE PARTY and CONFUSIONS, played Scaramouche in SCARAMOUCHE JONES, Scrooge in A CHRISTMAS CAROL (co-production with .dash), Robert Sideway in OUR COUNTRY’S GOOD, Valmont in LES LIASONS DANGEREUSES, and Alceste in The MISANTHROPE.

Other work includes playing Exeter in HENRY V, Marco Pantani in PEDAL PUSHER, and Leontes in THE WINTER’S TALE (Theatre Delicatessen), Cinderella’s Father in CINDERELLA and The Story Tiger in INSIDE MY IMAGINATION (Bounce Theatre), Macduff in MACBETH (Black Cat Theatre), Lysander in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Brent Arts), Joby in LITTLE BABY NOTHING (the Bush Theatre) Jake Moore in CASUALTY (BBC) and Dorian in A PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal). Tom trained at the Guildhall school of Music and Drama.