Theatrical works by Tom Holland, including both performance and stage productions.

Holland made his professional stage debut in the West End production of "Billy Elliot the Musical" at the Victoria Palace Theatre in London. He played the title role of Billy Elliot, a young boy from a mining community who dreams of becoming a ballet dancer.  

Holland's performance as Billy garnered critical acclaim and earned him recognition as a rising star in the theater world.

In addition to "Billy Elliot," Holland has appeared in other stage productions in London's West End. While details of specific productions are limited, Holland's early experience in theater provided him with valuable training and experience as an actor, allowing him to develop his craft and showcase his talent on stage. 

Prior to his professional debut in "Billy Elliot," Holland trained at the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology in London, where he studied dance and theater.  

 His background in dance and performing arts laid the foundation for his career in theater and provided him with the skills and discipline needed to succeed as an actor.

While Holland initially gained recognition for his work in theater, he later transitioned to film and television, where he found success as an actor. His breakout role as Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe catapulted him to international fame, but his roots in theater continue to influence his approach to acting and storytelling. 

Despite his success in film and television, Holland has expressed a desire to return to the stage at some point in his career. He has mentioned in interviews that he values the experience of performing live and hopes to continue exploring opportunities in theater in the future. 

Tom Holland's work in theater, particularly his acclaimed performance in "Billy Elliot the Musical," played a significant role in launching his acting career and shaping his development as an actor. 

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