Tommy Sissons (b. 13 September 1995) is a British poet, play-wright and rapper from Brighton. 

He goes to Varndean College.


In 2011, he won the title of Runner-Up Most Promising Play-Wright in the Trinity College International 

Play-Writing Awards for his social drama, 'Just Like Us', which has been performed during the Brighton Fringe Festival and at the Unicorn Theatre in Southwark, London.

Following his success with 'Just Like Us' Brighton's Pebble Trust awarding him a Talent Grant of £500 

in 2011.

Sissons recently won the Open Mic Poetry Slam at Brighton's Hammer and Tongue and will be going on to 

compete in the finals in December 2012.

He has written for numerous Drama Companies, such as Stagecoach, Earwig Drama Academy and Art Action 

and is credited for his intelligent wordplay, as well as his highly political and controversial content.


Sissons is currently working on his debut mixtape, 'Hello, My Name Is...', which is due for release in 

late 2012 and is so far set to feature Ramson Badbonez, Mystro and BigRedCap, among other renowned UK Hip Hop MC's.

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