*** UPDATE *** Richard and Jaco: Life with AutismWINS two BAFTA Cymru Awards for both Best Documentary and Best Documentary Director - Laura Martin-Robinson and Claire Hill
"Dw i'n caru Caerdydd, dw i'n caru Cymru a dw i'n falch o fod yn awtistig" ??? The star of the BAFTA Cymru-winning Single Documentary Richard and Jaco: Life with Autism accepts the award on behalf of the team. Llongyfarchiadau mawr! pic.twitter.com/qU9WJw25tA
The nominations include Best Documentary for 'Richard and Jaco: Life with Autism' and Best Documentary Director for Laura Martin-Robinson and Claire Hill for 'Richard and Jaco: Life with Autism'.
Richard is very proud to announce that Killology has won the Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre!
An amazing production to be part of, alongside Sean Gleeson and Sion Daniel Young, with great writing and direction from both Gary Owen (Writer) and Rachel O'Riordan (Director). Also, congratulations and thank you to everyone who worked on the production and both the Royal Court and Sherman Theatre.
Richard is excited to announce that he will be playing the role of Morris Dixon in Noël Coward's Present Laughter at Chichester Festival Theatre, directed by Sean Foley.
This sparkling comedy about sex, fame and the theatre itself - and a man wrestling with his own self-image - is widely regarded as Noël Coward's most autobiographical play.
The cast includes: Rufus Hound, Katherine Kingsley, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Ben Allen, Delroy Atkinson, Lucy Briggs-Owen, Lizzy Connolly, Emilio Doorgasingh, Tamzin Griffin and Carol Macready.
Chichester Festival Theatre
20th April-12th May 2018
Richard is proud to announce that Killology has been nominated for an Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre.
Richard will be directing students from Gower College in January and February 2018 for a short run at the Swansea Grand Theatre.
Celebrating the work of Welsh contemporary writer Gary Owen.
After the recent sell-out success of Killology at both the Sherman Theatre and Royal Court, this autumn Richard is thrilled to be playing the role of Ceri in Gary Owen's re-imagining of Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard, directed by Rachel O'Riordan.
Part of the Russia 17 Series, the action of this radical reworking takes place in early 1980s Wales, at the dawn of another revolution - the Thatcher regime.
The cast includes: Simon Armstrong, Denise Black, Matthew Bulgo, Morfydd Clark, Hedydd Dylan and Alexandria Riley.