My first two plays - the first about Rupert Murdoch’s youthful flirtation with Leninism, the second about W. B. Yeats’s role in shaping Irish nationalist thought - have been well received by audiences, historians, and heavyweight critics such as Libby Purves and Henry Hitchings. My third will be about Freud’s escape from the Nazis.
The Passion of the Playboy Riots
Bread and Roses (2018), Lion and Unicorn, Irish Cultural Centre, London Irish Centre, West London Trade Union Club, Hen & Chickens (2017)
The Convictions of Rupert Murdoch
Canal Café (2016)
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