A Christmas Carol

Tom Shipman

Associate Sound Designer

Tom has worked between theatre and the music industry for more than 20 years.  He has been fortunate enough to work as a Technical Support Engineer for DiGiCo, as Technical Supervisor at the Barbican Centre, London for 14 years, worked at Fairfield Halls, and has lectured at the University of West London.

Theatre work includes:

Peter Pan Goes Wrong (Apollo Theatre, UK Tours 2019, 2023); A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story (Alexandra Palace Theatre 2021); Sam & Her Amazing Book of Dinosaurs (Hong Kong Cultural Centre); Bleak Expectations (Criterion Theatre); The Unfriend (Criterion Theatre); Tom, Dick & Harry (Alexandra Palace Theatre); The Mirror And The Light (Gielgud Theatre); Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World (UK Tour 2021); Noises Off! (Garrick Theatre); Mischief Movie Night (Arts Theatre); SIX (Arts Theatre); The Very Hungry Caterpillar (Ambassadors Theatre); Mother Africa (Peacock Theatre); The Comedy About A Bank Robbery (Criterion Theatre, UK Tour); The Play That Goes Wrong (UK Tour); The Toxic Avenger (Arts Theatre); Dear Lupin (Apollo Theatre); West End Men (Vaudeville); Tommy (UK Tour); Grand Hotel (Southwark Playhouse); Dogfight (Southwark Playhouse); The Smallest Show On Earth (UK Tour)

Music or other high-profile events:

Sophie Ellis-Bextor – FoH engineer; The Feeling – sound engineer; Leonard Bernstein / Marin Alsop / London Symphony Orchestra – Candide (Barbican Centre); Leonard Bernstein / Sir Simon Rattle / London Symphony Orchestra – Wonderful Town (Barbican Centre); Laura Mvula & LSO (Barbican Centre); Jazz Voice, Opening Gala Night of London Jazz Festival (Barbican Centre, Broadcast live on BBC Radio 3); Bruce Forsyth Entertains! (UK Tour); Seasons of Larson (Garrick Theatre); British Army Household Division’s Beating Retreat (Horse Guards Parade); British Army Rifles’ Beating Retreat (Horse Guards Parade); Scarlett & Gold (Cadogan Hall and Westminster Central Hall); Swift & Bold (Royal Albert Hall); Royal Marines Big Band (Dorking Halls); Flander’s Fields 1914 – 2014 Memorial – Royal Opening (Guard’s Museum, Wellington Barracks); Van Dyke Parks & Britten Sinfonia (Barbican Centre and Latitude Festival 2012)