In reaction to the cuts in Access to Work and the Independent Living Fund, and inspired by Jenny Sealey’s Guardian article We Will Not Let Government Cuts Make Us Invisible, I wrote an article for Exeunt magazine: Embracing all the possibilities of human variety – why we need disabled and Deaf playwrights and theatre makers. You can read the article here
- Cosy – dialects and tempo-rhythm
- A playwright’s work: Meaty parts for female actors of all ages. In rehearsals for “cosy’
- Getting Cosy at Cork Midsummer Festival 2019
- Publication of Persians – winner of second Ted Hughes Award for new works in poetry – launches, workshops, readings.
- Some thoughts on the short story…..
- The Cosy company under the goldfish preparing for the Irish premiere tomorrow @FirkinCrane @CorkMidsummer… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 12 minutes ago
- RT @weareunltd: Watch @kaiteoreilly's video on how #UnlimitedCommission 'Cosy' aims to 'take the sting and the fear out of end-of-life scen… 51 minutes ago
- So happy to bring this @weareunltd commission to @CorkMidsummer for its Irish premiere with @gaitkrash - we open to… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 51 minutes ago
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- RT @gaitkrash: Bernadette Cronin as 'Camille' You’ll begin by laughing. And then you’ll laugh some more. And then you’ll start recognising… 1 hour ago
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