A TASTE OF HONEY. Lyttleton Theatre, National Theatre, London 2014

“The dialect coach Richard Ryder, has coaxed some lovely Lancashire accents out of the cast, and at times Delaney’s ear for phrasing is a pleasure.”
Christopher Hart, The Sunday Times


PORT. Lyttleton Theatre, National Theatre, London 2013

“For me, special credit goes to the play’s dialect coach, who managed to conjure the voices and inflections that surrounded me in my growing years.”
Joan Bakewell, The Telegraph


HOME. The Shed, National Theatre, London 2013

“Thomas adds vulnerability to both roles and manages to capture the speech patterns of both accents, under the training of dialect coach Richard Ryder, which adds authenticity.”
Rebecca Gordon, The Stage


MIXED MARRIAGE. Finborough Theatre, London 2012

“The dialogue is beautifully observed. The Belfast dialect has rarely sounded so wonderful, with the word ‘quare’ imaginatively worked in to almost every sentence.”
Nicholas Hamilton, The Stage


ROAD TO MECCA. Arcola Theatre, London  2012

“Bassett is outstanding, immaculately- accented…”
Andrzej Lukowski, Time Out


OTHELLO. Creation Theatre Company, Oxford 2011

“But, doubtless helped by Richard Ryder’s textual input, there’s always sense to the performances, with the line of meaning clear.”

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