Tom Bellerby

Tom Bellerby trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

For the National: Under Milk Wood (staff director)

In London’s West End: A Christmas Carol (director), Sweat (associate director)

Other theatre includes, as director: Who Cares? for JAM at the Vault Festival; Every Time a Bell Rings for Engine House; Our Mutual FriendDefianceFreedom for Hull Truck; Beulah for Flanagan Collective; Sherlock Holmes: A Working Hypothesis at York Theatre Royal; Face Me and Letter to the Man (from the Boy) for Pilot Theatre; and A Christmas Carol in the West End. As associate director: AntigoneBlood and Chocolate and The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner for Pilot. As assistant director: The Prime of Miss Jean BrodieAristocratsMeasure for MeasureSweatBerbarian Sound Studio and Sweet Charity at the Donmar. 

Tom Bellerby has previously been Resident Assistant Director at the Donmar Warehouse (2018–19), Associate Director at Hull Truck where he worked on the theatres programme for Hull UK City of Culture 2017 (2015–18), Associate Artist with Pilot Theatre (2012–2015) and a Board Member with the National Association of Youth Theatres (2010–14).

(Published May 2021)