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.