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Richard Bean

Work by the author

One Man, Two Guvnors Great Britain Honeymoon Suite
English Game, The Heretic, The Pitcairn

Author's Bio

Richard Bean was born in Hull in 1956. After school, he worked in a bread plant before leaving to study Social Psychology at Loughborough University. Richard has worked as a psychologist and a stand-up comedian.

His work for the stage includes: Young Marx (which has just opened London’s brand new Bridge Theatre), The Hypocrite (which completed runs at the Royal Shakespeare Company and Hull Truck Theatre), Kiss Me (Hampstead Theatre Downstairs), The Nap (Sheffield Crucible); The Mentalists (Wyndham’s Theatre); Made In Dagenham (Adelphi Theatre); Toast (Park Theatre); Pitcairn (Out of Joint /Chichester Festival Theatre/Shakespeare’s Globe); Great Britain (National Theatre); Under The Whaleback (The Wilma Theater); One Man, Two Guvnors (National Theatre (Lyttelton)/Adelphi Theatre/Theatre Royal Haymarket/Music Box Theatre, New York/World Tour) *2011 Evening Standard Award for Best Play, 2011 Critics’ Circle Award for Best Play, 2012 Award for Best New Comedy; a stage version of David Mamet’s House of Games (Almeida ); The Big Fellah (produced by Out of Joint); Pub Quiz is Life (Hull Truck); England People Very Nice (National Theatre) *Olivier Award Nomination for Best New Play; The English Game (produced by Headlong); Up On Roof (Hull Truck) * Nominated for TMA Play of the Year; In The Club (Hampstead Theatre); a version of Moliere’s The Hypochondriac (Almeida); The Heretic (Royal Court) *2011 Evening Standard Award for Best Play; Harvest (Royal Court) *Nominated for Evening Standard and Olivier Best New Play Awards, Winner Critics’ Circle Best New Play; Honeymoon Suite (Royal Court)*Pearson Play of the Year; Under The Whaleback (Royal Court)*George Devine Award; Toast (Royal Court); The God Botherers (Bush Theatre); Smack Family Robinson (Newcastle Live!); The Mentalists (Lyttelton Loft, National Theatre); Mr England (Sheffield Crucible Theatre). His radio plays include Of Rats and Men; Yesterday; Unsinkable; and Robin Hood’s Revenge.