Reading at The Lady Christmas Carol Concert

England's longest running weekly for women, The Lady, will be holding a Christmas Concert on Wednesday, December 21 at The Actor's Church in Covent Garden at 4:30 pm.  Tom will be doing a reading, they confirmed via Twitter today, along with his Lost in Austen co-star Perdita Weeks and her sister Honeysuckle.  The readings will be on the themes of motherhood and the nativity.  According to their website, the event is in support of Angels International and costs £40, which includes refreshments.  Seating is limited, so do send in your payment soon if you are interested in attending!  To get tickets:

"Cheques made out to The Lady Magazine Ltd should be marked: CAROLS and sent FAO Susan Wade Weeks, The Lady, 39-40 Bedford Street, LONDON WC2E 9ER"

To learn more about Angels International, please click here.

Tom Attends Reasons To Be Pretty Press Night

Thanks to Dan Wooller, we have this gorgeous photo of Tom supporting his Secret Diary of a Call Girl co-star, Billie Piper, along with the also gorgeous Tom Riley.  Click through to Dan's website to buy a print of the photo!

Nominate Henry IV for a WhatsOnStage.Com Award

Nominations are currently being accepted for the 2012 WhatsOnStage.com Awards: The Theatregoer's Choice.  The category Tom is eligible for is the Best Regional Production - click on the above link to enter your nomination for Henry IV - Theatre Royal Bath.  In addition to honoring the outstanding work of Tom and the whole cast, it would also be a lovely tribute to Sir Peter Hall, who announced that Henry IV parts 1 & 2 were his company's final work at the theater.

Photo by Nobby Clark

Steve to be Available on iTunes Before End of Year

The film Steve, starring Tom, Colin Firth and Keira Knightley, is closing the Abu Dhabi Film Festival tomorrow, October 21.  Director Rupert Friend is attending the festival and gave an interview, embedded below, in which he says that we can expect Steve to be available on iTunes before the end of the year! 

Radio 2 Rupert Friend interviewed on his film Steve at the ADFF (mp3)