As part of the new season at the Abbey Theatre.
14 monologues, giving voice to the men, woman and children who were killed in Croke Park on 21 November 1920. This Abbey Theatre production, in partnership with the GAA, commissions 14 writers, 14 directors and 14 actors to come together to create a 14 minute play for the solo performer, to be staged live in 14 different GAA clubs and schools across the nation.
As part of Dublin Theatre Festival 2020
A muddy, complicated, poetic, bloody, and heroic tale of a politically motivated industrial action, in which three characters deal with a pivotal moment during the Irish War of Independence.
Fifty writers from Ireland, with unique additional contributions from the USA, China and Italy, were commissioned to each write a monologue to be performed by fifty actors and to be streamed across four nights on the theatre's YouTube channel.
A new version of Michel Temblay's Les Belles Soeurs at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin.
Part of the Old Vic's One Voice series of monologues.
A victim comes face to face with their perpetrator 20 years after the crime. A play about justice and rehabilitation.
A new play commemorating the end of World War I
A new children's play with music where a forgotten imaginary friend is trying to find his way home to the lost kingdom of Yugoslavia.
A new play inspired by Frederick Douglas, famous American Abolitionist who visited Ireland in 1846.
Community project with the Old Vic.
A rich powerful new play by Deirdre Kinahan exploring the extraordinary energy and complexity of events in Ireland in the lead up to Easter 1916.
A contemporary tragedy set in a small town.
A celebration of the human spirit and our quest for meaning in even the most seemingly hopeless circumstance
Play for children. An adaptation of a Russian Fairytale which tells how an old couple befriend a snowchild who comes to life.
Co-written with Alice Barry
Play for children. Adaptation of an Enid Blyton story which tells of the goings on in the toy room of Mary Spratt.