Tom Hardy
Tom Hardy is an artist/musician who, while at Hornsey College of Art, and, under the stage name of Lester Square, was a founder member of Adam and the Ants, performing to this day with Ants alumni, The Monochrome Set. His other band associations have been with The Native Hipsters, Helen and the Horns, The Invisible, Wire and Jesus Couldn't Drum. He has also worked as an occasional composer of soundtrack and incidental music, including Akiko Hada's 'The Fall of a Queen, or the Taste of Fruit to Come' (Channel 4), 'No One Likes Us, We Don't Care' (Channel 4) and 'Heroes' (NBC). He was a director of the first Salford University Pop Music Summer School, a consultant for the QCDA and recently co-organized a Music and Art conference for the Princes Teaching Institute with the remit of reporting findings to the Department for Education.

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