Fiona Doyle

Fiona Doyle

Fiona Doyle is a playwright whose work includes: Abigail (Bunker Theatre, London, 2017); Deluge (Hampstead Theatre Downstairs, 2015; winner of the 2014 Eamon Keane Full-Length Play Award); Coolatully (Finborough Theatre, London, 2014; winner of the 2014 Papatango New Writing Prize); and So Gay (winner of the 2013 Play for the Nation’s Youth).

Her short plays include Rootbound and Rigor Mortis (Arcola Theatre) and Two Sisters (Southwark Playhouse).

She was awarded the Irish Theatre Institute’s inaugural 2015/16 Phelim Donlon Playwright’s Bursary and Residency Award.

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Coolatully

Lyrical and urgent, Fiona Doyle's play Coolatully is a compassionate insight into the links between the economy, masculinity and society in the modern world. Winner of the Papatango New Writing Prize.

Deluge

A deeply provocative thriller set in a blighted landscape where nature is fiercely taking its course, Deluge is a gripping drama from the Papatango Prize-winning author of Coolatully.

Abigail

A man in his forties and a woman in her twenties meet on a trip to Berlin. Across a fractured timeline where past and present collide, the story of their relationship, their love and their struggle unravels.

The Strange Death of John Doe

A powerful and poignant drama about the search for the identity of a young man whose body is found face down in a suburban street.

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