Our People

Blythe Stewart


Blythe has worked as a director and associate for a range of companies including National Theatre, Donmar Warehouse, House Productions, Soho Theatre, and HighTide Festival, as well as drama schools including LAMDA, CSSD, ArtsEd, Guildhall and Oxford School Of Drama. She has been nominated twice for Best Director at the Off-WestEnd Awards.

Recent projects include: As director: How to Hold your Breath (LAMDA) Jude Starbeam (On the Button); Teenage Dick (Donmar Warehouse, schools tour); Wonder Winterland by Sami Ibrahim (Soho Theatre); Work Bitch by Jessica Siân (VAULT); Skin A Cat by Isley Lynn (UK Tour); Finding Fassbender by Lydia Larson (Pleasance, Edinburgh); Associate Director on The Crucible (NT, Gielgud), Minority Report (Nottingham Playhouse/Lyric Hammersmith) Feeling Afraid As If Something Terrible is Going to Happen (FMP, The Bush), and Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (NTP, UK and Ireland Tour).

Blythe was the Resident Assistant Director at the Donmar Warehouse between 2019 – 2020. She studied at East 15 and the National Academy of Dramatic Arts (GITIS) in Moscow, Russia.