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A subtle, unsentimental lament for the working class in which a group of decorators misuse each other for their own advantage, Jimmy Murphy's Brothers of the Brush won the award for best new play when first performed at the Dublin Theatre Festival, 1993. Stuart Parker's Pentecost is a cry of compassion for the walking wounded of Belfast and articulates a hope for spiritual regeneration through personal grace.
Jimmy Murphy (Author), Stuart Parker (Author). Jimmy Murphy's plays for the Abbey Theatre include Brothers of the Brush, 1993 (winner of the Dublin Festival Best new play award. A Picture of Paradise 1997, and The Muesli Belt, 2000 Other works include Aceldama, 1998, The Kings of the Kilburn High Road, 2000 (2001 Tricycle Theatre, London) The Castlecomer Jukebox,(2004) for Red Kettle and What's left of the Flag, 2010 Theatre Upstairs @ The Plough, (nominated for Best New Play, 2010 Irish Theatre awards.
Jimmy Murphy is an Irish playwright living in Dublin. He is a former writer in residence at NUI Maynooth (2000–01), a member of the Abbey Theatre’s Honorary Advisory Council, a recipient of three Bursaries in literature from the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon and was elected a member of Aosdána in 2004. Murphy was born to Irish parents in Salford, Lancashire. When he was six, his family returned to Dublin, settling in the South inner-city district of Islandbridge.
Playing pin the tail on the donkey?’ Porter chuckled. She’s not that kind of niece. Longworry did not have anything else worth saying so he took two drafts on his cigarette instead of one before flicking it away. Hope had moved on to hitting his head against the steel support - not as hard as he had been doing with his arms, but hard enough. I better go talk to him before he knocks himself out,’ Longworry murmured as he stepped away from Carpets.
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Great experience with the forge, mentored by Jimmy Murphy. Support Monster? a new play by Stewart Parker nominated writer Emily Gillmor Murphy Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. If your free on the 17th, come check it out! Glass Mask Theatre is at Smock Alley Theatre. 14 December 2018 · Dublin, Ireland ·. THE FORGE- Our inaugural playwriting mentorship scheme facilitated by Jimmy Murphy; concludes this Monday with excerpts from the plays read by a top quality ensemble. Smock Alley, 8pm. This is a free event. Emily Gillmor Murphy - Author.
Jimmy Murphy is an Irish playwright who has written a number of stage plays including Brothers of the Brush which was awarded best new Irish play; A Picture of Paradise, The Muesli Belt, Aceldama The Kings of the Kilburn High Road and The Castlecomer Jukebox. He has also written plays for radio. His awards include The Stewart Parker Award in 1994, and a Bursary in Literature from The Arts Council of Ireland.
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A subtle, unsentimental lament for the working class in which a group of decorators misuse each other for their own advantage, Jimmy Murphy’s Brothers of the Brush won the award for best new play when first performed at the Dublin Theatre Festival, 1993. Stuart Parker’s Pentecost is a cry of compassion for the walking wounded of Belfast and articulates a hope for spiritual regeneration through personal grace.