Richard Henders trained at Mabel Fletcher. His work in theatre includes The Beaux Stratagem, The White Gaurd, Caroline or Change, Love’s Labour’s, Lost, Anything Goes, The Cherry Orchard, Summerfolk, The Merchant of Venice, Candide, and Frogs, all at The National Theatre. Oh! What a Lovely War on tour for the National Theatre and at the Roundhouse; Hallisinia at the National and at Tate Gallery; Alice in Wonderland for the RSC; Fortune’s Fool at the Old Vic; 55 Days at Hampstead; Little Platoons and Kiss the Sky at the Bush; The Seagull at Bristol Old Vic; Pacific Overtures (Olivier Nomination) at the Donmar Warehouse; Three Sisters at Chichester; The Knocky at the Royal Court; Julius Ceasar at Birmingham Rep; The Cherry Blossom Tree and The Warehouse at Liverpool Playhouse; Captain Swing at Leeds Playhouse; An Absolute Turkey in the West End; Stolen Christmas and the Secrets Of Theodore Brown at the Unicorn; Macbeth at Manchester Royal Exchange; Just So at the Tricycle; London by Lamplight for Polka; Cutter’s Story at the Avignon International Festival; As You Like It with Cheek by Jowl on a world tour; A Tribute to the Blues Brothers and Rookery Nook on tour; and The Lord of the Rings in the West End.
TV Includes Holby City, Kingdom, Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Foyle’s War, The Children of the New Forest, Pie in the Sky, Can You Hear Me Thinking?, Brother Cadfael, The NarnIa Chronicles, Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit and Brookside.
Film includes Beauty, Pork Steak, The Merchant of Venice, Vroom, Daddy’s Little Helper and A Night with a Woman, a Day with Charlie.