Richard G Jones
Richard lit the actor musician Broadway production of Sweeney Todd at the Eugene O’Neill Theater, for which won a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Lighting Design. He was nominated for a TMA Theatre Award for Best Lighting Design for The Railway Children at the National Railway Museum as well as a DORA award for the Toronto production.
Current projects: Sister Act (UK Tour, Leicester Curve and Jamie Wilson Productions) and Celebrating Christmas with the Salvation Army (Royal Albert Hall London).
Theatre Credits include: Behud (Soho Theatre); City of Angels (Bridewell Theatre London); Bouncers (Whitehall Theatre); Journey’s End (Octagon Theatre Bolton); Other Desert Cities (English Theatre Frankfurt); Good People (English Theatre Frankfurt); Noises Off, The Hired Man (Octagon Theatre Bolton);The Railway Children (York Theatre Royal, London Kings Cross Theatre); The Collector, Venus in Fur, Breaking The Code (English Theatre Frankfurt),The York Mystery Plays (York Museum Gardens);All Quiet on the Western Front (Nottingham Playhouse); The Guinea Pig Club, All My Sons (York Theatre Royal); Whiter Than Snow (Graeae); Amy’s View, The Rubenstein Kiss (Nottingham Playhouse); Twelfth Night (Bolton Octagon Theatre, York Theatre Royal rep);Chicken Soup with Barley (Nottingham Playhouse); Good People (English Theatre Frankfurt); My Family and Other Animals (York Theatre Royal); Death of a Salesman, A Taste of Honey, Wind in the Willows (York Theatre Royal rep); Peter Pan (Oxford Playhouse);
UK National tours include: Fiddler on the Roof (Music and Lyrics); Calamity Jane (Jamie Wilson Productions); Beautiful Thing, Wuthering Heights; (OTTC); Rasputin (Natural Theatre Company); Candide (The Ivy Art’s Centre Guildford); The Hot Mikado (for Watermill Theatre); Canterbury Tales( Northern Broadsides); Spongebob Squarepants the Sponge that could Fly (Broadway Asia); Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Northern Broadsides); To Kill a Mockingbird, The Diary of Anne Frank (The Touring Consortium); Strictly Come Dancing Arena Tours ( Phil McIntyre Productions, Stage Entertainments, BBC Worldwide); Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse Legends Tour.
West End credits includes: Sunset Boulevard, Sweeney Todd, The Gondoliers, Mack and Mabel, Carmen, When Pigs Fly, Steptoe and Son and Horrid Henry Live and Horrid.