Donnacadh O’Briain: A young(ish) director with fifteen years experience in the industry. He has worked on about half of Shakespeare’s output, though in recent years has worked increasingly with writers and on new writing. He directs freelance in the UK & Ireland and works at many of the UK’s top drama schools. Read More.
I’ll be directing Fraser Grace’s new play Always Orange for the RSC. And two productions I’m very proud of transfer this summer: Rotterdam by Jon Brittain will play in Trafalgar Studio 2, opening July for a five week season, and My World Has Exploded a Little Bit by Bella Heesom will play throughout the Edinburgh Fringe at The Underbelly
A new play for the RSC & revivals of two hits of 2015.
The Other Place | July 27th – August 27th.
World premiere as part of The RSC’s Making Mischief Festival, opening the new TOP.
At Trafalfar Studio 2 | July 26th – August 27th
A sell out hit at Theatre503, Jon Brittain’s brilliant new play – A bittersweet comedy about sexuality, gender and being a long way from home – comes into the West End’s littlest theatre for a five week season.
My World Has Exploded A Little Bit
(A logical, Philosophical Guide to Managing Mortality)
At Belly Button (The Underbelly) | August 4th – 28th
After a tentative but very successful outing at the Camden Fringe in 2015, Bella Heesom’s bold new tragicomic play about battling grief, encompassing philosophy, religion and astrophysics, plays Edinburgh.