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★★★★★ CRITICS’ CHOICE “Tom Littler’s production of Howard Brenton’s admirable adaptation is full of intelligent awareness of context … A single false note would ruin everything, but Littler’s production has a miraculous assurance. And the performances by the three central characters are astonishing.”
Jane Shilling, The Telegraph, on Dances of Death (Gate Theatre, 2013)

★★★★ “Thirty-something directors Rupert Goold and Josie Rourke are big names now, but those keen to talent-spot the next generation should take a look at Tom Littler … how stimulating it is to see such directorial invention.”
Fiona Mountford, Evening Standard, on Antigone (Southwark Playhouse, 2011)

★★★★ “Tom Littler directs with a light touch … One wonders whether Penelope Keith has ever given a better performance than she does here.”
Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman, on Good Grief (No. 1 Tour / Theatre Royal Bath Productions, 2012)

★★★★ CRITICS’ CHOICE “Director Tom Littler has a knack for sniffing out neglected plays that merit reappraisal. His production of The Living Room, Graham Greene’s rarely seen 1963 piece … proved atmospheric and absorbing. This, the first London production in 29 years of Martine, an intriguing, emotional play by the French dramatist Jean-Jacques Bernard, is even more so.”
Laura Barnett, Time Out, on Martine (Finborough Theatre, 2014)

★★★★ CRITICS’ CHOICE “Tom Littler’s production is detailed and intelligent… It feels like a canny rediscovery.”
Henry Hitchings, Evening Standard, on The Living Room (Jermyn Street Theatre, 2013)

★★★★ “Tom Littler and Primavera’s production does rich justice to the play’s still, sad music, and gets a stunning performance from Hannah Murray as Martine.”
Michael Billington, The Guardian, on Martine (Finborough Theatre, 2014)

★★★★ CRITICS’ CHOICE “You won’t find a more ferociously intense performance this summer… Directed by Tom Littler with filmic speed, sudden blackouts, and tremendous crashes of drums, gales and ominous music.”
Libby Purves, The Times, on Dances of Death (Gate Theatre, 2013)

★★★★ “Madagascar is a subtle and haunting piece … The acting is almost flawless … Tom Littler’s fine, detailed production ensures you hang on every word.”
Charles Spencer, Daily Telegraph, on Madagascar (Theatre503, 2010)

★★★★ “Tom Littler’s lucid production … is extraordinarily moving. Littler responds to the writing’s richness with a production of succulent density … A work of intricate imagination, immaculately delivered.”
Sam Marlowe, The Times, on Origin of the Species (Arcola Theatre, 2009)

★★★★★ CRITICS’ CHOICE, ‘SHOW OF THE WEEK’ “Exuberant … Tom Littler’s production runs like an all-singing, all-dancing train.”
Tamara Gausi, Time Out, on Saturday Night (Arts Theatre / Jermyn Street Theatre, 2009)

★★★★ “Tom Littler’s production of this intimate 1922 drama is so erotically intense it’s almost dizzying … Littler’s revival for Primavera, in the same translation by John Fowles, reveals it as a work of delicacy and startling power … a quietly devastating miniature tragedy.”
Sam Marlowe, The Times, on Martine (Finborough Theatre, 2014)

Interview with Tom Littler in Exeunt magazine (2012): http://exeuntmagazine.com/features/tom-littler/

OffWestEnd Best Production Nomination – Madagascar (Theatre503, 2010)

OffWestEnd Best Production Nomination – Martine (Finborough Theatre, 2014)

OffWestEnd Best Director Nomination – The Living Room (Jermyn Street Theatre, 2013)

OffWestEnd Best Director Nomination – Martine (Finborough Theatre, 2014)

OffWestEnd Best Director Nomination – Merit (Finborough Theatre, 2016)