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Brian recently returned from an international tour with the Globe’s production of THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, directed by Jonathan Munby and starring Jonathan Pryce.
Brian trained at LAMDA.
He holds a BA (Hons) in English Literature and Drama Studies from Trinity College, Dublin.
Theatre credits include:
THE GLASS MENAGERIE – The English Theatre Frankfurt – (dir. Tom Littler)
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE – Shakespeare’s Globe – (dir. Jonathan Munby)
TITUS ANDRONICUS – Shakespeare’s Globe – (dir. Lucy Bailey)
DAMNED BY DESPAIR – National Theatre – (dir. Bijan Sheibani)
STARS IN THE MORNING SKY – Belgrade Theatre – (dir. Hamish Glen)
JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK – National Theatre – (dir. Howard Davies)
OLIVER TWIST – Gate Theatre – (dir. Alan Stanford)
THE WAKE – Abbey Theatre – (dir. Patrick Mason)
MACBETH – Abbey Theatre – (dir. Patrick Mason)
BUTCHER AND SONS (lead) – WINNER: NAHEMI ‘Eat Our Shorts’ Audience Award, BFI, 2013.
Theatre whilst training includes:
RICHARD II (lead) – Vanburgh Theare – (dir. Peter Oyston)
THE LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT – Linbury Theatre – (dir. Mark Babych)
TAKING STEPS – Tricycle Theatre – (dir. John Bashford)
THE WINTER’S TALE – Linbury Studio – (dir. John Link)
THE TALENTED MR RIPLEY – Linbury Studio – (dir. James Kerr)
REDEMPTION OVER HAMMERSMITH BROADWAY – Lyric Theatre – (dir. Max Key)
As a writer, Brian’s debut play BE INFANTS IN EVIL was produced by Druid for the Galway International Arts Festival, July 2014. His literary agent is Camilla Young at Curtis Brown.