Carys D. Coburn

Carys D. Coburn (they/them) is a writer and theatre maker based in Dublin. Their plays include Boys and Girls (Dublin Fringe Festival 2013, winner of Best New Writing Award, nominated for the Stewart Parker Trust Award); Drawing Crosses on a Dusty Windowpane (Dublin Fringe 2015); Citysong (winner of the Verity Bargate Award; Abbey Theatre Dublin and Soho Theatre London 2019); Briseis after the Black and Blackcatfishmusketeer (Dublin Fringe 2016); and This is a Room (Dublin Theatre Festival 2017).

They are a collaborating writer with MALAPROP Theatre, with whom they have co-written JERICHO (Bewleys Cafe Theatre, 2017), Everything Not Saved (Dublin Fringe, 2017), Before You Say Anything (Dublin Fringe, 2020), Where Sat the Lovers (Dublin Fringe, 2021) and HOTHOUSE (Dublin Fringe, 2023).

Carys D. Coburn was formerly known as Dylan Coburn Gray.

The Verity Bargate Award-winning play about three generations of a Dublin family.
A play about losing someone close to you, about the human need to remember and connect.
A play in verse following four young people across one night in Dublin.
A play that tackles climate breakdown with big ideas, a lot of laughs, and some truly grotesque cabaret numbers.
A play that questions how everyone can be safe at the same time. A time-travelling set of interweaving stories explor...
A play about memory, happiness, Rasputin, and dancing. And also the Queen. Premiered by MALAPROP Theatre at the Dubli...
A play about codes, hallucinations, Isaac Newton, war crimes, seeing meaning where there's none and vice versa. First...