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Richard Fawkes

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Richard Fawkes
Born
Richard Brian Fawkes

(1944-07-31)31 July 1944
Surrey, U.K.
EducationRoyal Masonic School for Boys, Bushey
OccupationWriter
Height6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
Spouse(s)
Cherry Cole
(m. 1971)
Children3

Richard Fawkes (born 31 July 1944 in Camberley, Surrey, UK-2020) was an award-winning writer and director.

Early years

Fawkes was educated at the Royal Masonic School, Bushey, then spent eighteen months as an instructor at the Outward Bound School in Kenya with Voluntary Service Overseas. A graduate of the University of Wales Lampeter (BA English Honours), he joined the BBC as a general trainee in 1967.

Career

Leaving the BBC in 1971, he joined a commercials production company before going freelance as an Assistant Director for such people as Ridley Scott, Tony Scott, Hugh Hudson, Cliff Owen and Jack Gold. His many film credits as a director include the award-winning Channel 4 series Tom Keating on Painters, Circle Within the Square (which won a prize at the Mesa Festival, Florida) and The Original Three Tenors, a documentary about Caruso, Gigli and Björling presented by Nigel Douglas.

His stage credits include Waltzing in the Clouds (Covent Garden Festival) and A Dog's Life, a one-man show with John Leeson ('the voice of K9’), plus the operas The Yeomen of the Guard (for Opera Holland Park), Faust, The Merry Wives of Windsor and Verbum Nobile by Moniuszko.

He wrote the librettos for Survival Song (nominated for an Olivier Award) and Biko, both with music by Priti Paintal.

He is the author of nine books including a history of Welsh National Opera, Notes From a Low Singer (the autobiography of operatic bass Michael Langdon which he ghosted), The Classical Music Map of Britain and Opera on Film. His History of Opera and History of Classical Music, both for Naxos Audiobooks, won Talkie Awards.

He has written plays for the stage, television and radio, and, for Radio 2, series on Édith Piaf and Johnny Hallyday.

He was a regular columnist for Classical Music magazine and the longest serving columnist for Opera Now magazine.[citation needed]

Books

Date Name Publisher
2010 The Classical Music Map of Britain Classic FM
2002 Opera on Film International Publishers Marketing
1999 The History of Opera Naxos
1997 The History of Classical Music Naxos
1986 Welsh National Opera Julia MacRae
1983 Notes from a Low Singer Julia MacRae
1982 Dion Boucicault: A Biography Quartet Books
1978 Fighting for a laugh: Entertaining the British and American Armed Forces Macdonald and Jane's
1976 Last Corner of Arabia Quartet Books
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