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it felt empty when the heart went at first but it is alright now

A play about modern-day sex trafficking, joint winner of the 2010 John Whiting Award.

Investment Potential

A short play about a youthful couple who can't seem to pull themselves up the rungs of the property ladder.

Published in volume Irish Shorts

    An Intervention

    A touching, funny play about what happens when you hate your best friend.

    I Wanna Be Yours

    A tender, funny, lyrical debut play about finding love and holding onto it with everything you've got, premiered by Paines Plough and Tamasha.

    Hungry

    A play about food, love, class and grief in a world where there's little left to savour.

    Howie the Rookie

    A white-knuckle ride through a nightmare Dublin, where enemies and allies are interchangeable.

    How to Date a Feminist

    A hilarious new spin on the Hollywood romcom featuring two proposals, two weddings, an elopement and a cast of unforgettable characters.

    How These Desperate Men Talk

    A short play published for the first time, written during the author's time working with European theatremakers.

    How My Light Is Spent

    A funny, hopeful play about loneliness, longing and being left behind. Winner of the Judges' Award in the 2015 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting.

    Here I Belong

    A moving, funny and charming play that takes you through decades of history seen through the eyes of one village resident.

    Harm (short play)

    A short play about a father and son waiting in a new 'self-harming unit'.

    Halcyon Days

    An uplifting, bittersweet drama set in a nursing home, celebrating friendship and the human spirit.

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