adapted by Jerome Kilty
from the correspondence of Bernard Shaw and Mrs Patrick Campbell
Tom is Artistic Director of Primavera, which specialises in rediscoveries and classic drama, and Associate Director of new writing venue Theatre503.
His directing work includes As You Like It (Guildford Shakespeare Company), the world premiere of Dances of Death (Gate Theatre), Saturday Night (West End transfer from Jermyn Street Theatre), Good Grief (UK Tour and Theatre Royal Bath), Tom Foolery (UK tour), the world premiere of Shiverman and European premiere of Madagascar (Theatre503), The Living Room, Anyone Can Whistle, Bloody Poetry (Jermyn Street Theatre), A Little Night Music (Budapest / Menier Chocolate Factory), Absurd Person Singular (UK tour), Murder in the Cathedral (Oxford Playhouse / Christ Church Cathedral), Antigone (Southwark Playhouse), Origin of the Species (Arcola), Jingo, The Confidential Clerk, The Mollusc, The Boatswain’s Mate (Finborough), Forgotten Classics (King’s Head), One for the Road, Mr and Mrs Nobody, Billy Bishop Goes to War, The Twelve-Pound Look (Frinton), and many workshops and rehearsed readings.
Tom was educated at Oxford University and was Associate Director of the Peter Hall Company for three years. Also as an associate director, he worked on four productions with Trevor Nunn. He worked widely in the West End and regionally as an assistant director. He lives in London and is happy to be directing his first production for Vienna’s English Theatre.