Rikki Henry

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Rikki Henry was born In London England. He studied Film Production at the University for the Creative Arts and is an alumnus of the prestigious Brit School for Performing Arts. 

As an award-winning theatre director, he was the inaugural associate director for Project 2036 at the Bush Theatre in 2016/17. He also worked as a trainee associate director at HOME in Manchester, as a recipient of the BBC Performing Arts Fellowship in 2015. In the same year he was also a recipient of the Genesis Future Directors Award for the production of Creditors by August Strindberg at the Young Vic Theatre. 
In 2012, Rikki was assistant director to Rufus Norris on Vernon God Little (Young Vic). From 2012-2014, he was assistant director at the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris to Peter Brook. He worked on the production of The Suit by Can Themba, managing the international tour to 16 different countries including America, France and Japan. in 2014, he was assistant director at the National Theatre on Romeo and Juliet.
In 2018, he was invited by Martin Kusej to direct a new adaptation of the Greek tragedy Antigone at the Residenz Theater in Germany.

Selected directing work Includes: The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui by Bertold Brecht (Arcola Theatre, London) Antigone Lebt by Susanna Fournier (Residenz Theater, Munich) How it Ended by Hannah Khalil (Bush Theatre, London) Frontline by Che Walker (Andrew Lloyd Webber Theatre, London) From Dover to Calais by Laura Neal (Bristol Old Vic) Woza Albert! by Percy Mtwa, Mbongeni Ngema, and Barney Simon (The Albany) The Moment Before by Sam Freeman (Warehouse Theatre)

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