Henry Martin 

Castles For People was produced at the Bank of Ireland Theatre, Galway as the centenary production of the National University of Ireland, Galway Drama Society in 2005.

 

Basin of Myself was produced at the Muscailt Arts Festival, Galway and was awarded the inaugural Jerome Hynes Memorial Award for Best New Play in 2006; it was subsequently produced at the Cork Midsummer Festival in 2009.

 

AfterCircles was produced at the Underbelly at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2009, previewing at Theatre 503, London.

 

Twisted Tea Cups, an adaptation of Alice in Wonderland was also produced at the Latitude Festival in 2009.

 

Devised projects in London at this time included Terms and Conditions at Hampsted Theatre (2009) and Acting Out at the Central School of Speech and Drama (2010). Short plays produced at this time included The Voice From the Wood (Roundhouse, 2011), The Irish Elk (Theatre 503, 2010), One Complete Person (Theatre 503, 2012) and The Cost of Your Forgetting (Fishamble, 2013).

 

The Last Sign of Life had a rehearsed reading at the Jerwood Space with Ben Miles and Sara Stewart in 2010. It was selected for Theatre 503's Festival of New Writing in 2011 and subsequently included in the Arcola's festival of new writing in 2014 where the cast included Justine Mitchell and Paul Hickey.

 

The Human Artefact received a reading in 2012 with Justine Mitchell, Linda Bassett, Paul Jesson, Matthew Marsh, Edward Petherbridge, Suzanne Burden, Georgina Blackledge and Marcel Bruneau.

 

Three Mothers in Search of a Son was written while on attachment at the Belltable Theatre, Limerick in 2017. and Amaryllis was written for the 24 Hour Plays at the Lime Tree Theatre, Limerick in 2019. Three Mothers in Search of a Son was subsequently included in Emerge 2019 by Flux Theatre at the Bunker Theatre, London and shortlisted for the inaugural Heretic Voices monologue competition in 2018.

 

For a full list of theatre credits and awards please visit the resume page. To learn more about these plays or to read them please contact Henry directly.