THANK YOU SO MUCH Everyone for voting and congratulations to Natalie Kennedy Director for a great film and very happy shoot #Down&Out
Can’t wait to catchup with the incredible cast and crew of Down and Out at the launch on Saturday –
Red carpet screening at
Home in Manchester, then we party!
You’ll never guess what my character gets up to!
Christopher Faith is the writer and he plays my film big bro. Natalie Kennedy is our wicked Director
Thank you Rainmaker Pictures Chalkboard Pictures
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James Yeats Brown photography just sent me these wicked photos – playing Henry S Potter in Blue Apple’s It’s a Wonderful World
A couple of very interesting scripts to think about today
Thanks everyone for thinking of me
Great filming this – and great being asked what we think.
Have a look at what we all said at https://www.facebook.com/bbcthree/videos/10153949919445787/
Amazing evening dancing at Big Sky Studios in London with the Culture Device Dance project.
This will end in Tears performance at Big sky Studios
I felt completely different dancing in this hat –
Tommy Jessop : This will end in Tears’ performance at Big Sky Studios
Then everyone else came on stage for a massive party.
Performance party at Big Sky Studios
Thanks Daniel Vais for this chance to immerse myself in the music on this massive white stage. Wicked!
But hope it still fits!
This is Tommy Jessop speaking at the RADAR Media Fiction: People of the Year Human Rights Award for Coming Down the Mountain (Tiger Aspect/BBC1)
Very happy to be performing again this evening and tomorrow and taking Don Pedro to the Salisbury Playhouse Salberg Studio!
See you there.
Thank you RADA, we loved performing with you. You are a great audience, so much laughing we could hardly keep straight faces, but I think we managed – just!
Tommy Jessop (left) as Don Pedro in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing with James Benfield as Claudio
Just 2 days to relax then we start rehearsing everyday for the autumn tour of Much Ado About Nothing. I play Don Pedro who has a range of emotions, but everything turns out OK in the end – oops, have I spoiled the story?
Come and see us at RADA and Salisbury Playhouse.