AUTHOR’S BIOGRAPHY

Tom O’Brien is a native of Kilmacthomas Co Waterford and is a full time writer and playwright.

Performed plays include Money from America, Cricklewood Cowboys, On Raglan   Road. Johnjo, Gorgeous Gaels, Behan’s Women  Down Bottle Alley etc

Books include Confessions of an Altar Boy and Confessions of a Corner Boy,  Cassidy’s Cross. Tom has lived in Hastings UK since 2000.

plays include:

 MONEY FROM AMERICA – The Tabard, Pentameters, Old Red Lion

JOHNJO – Kings Head, The Old Red Lion, Buxton, Touring.

CRICKLEWOOD COWBOYS (as BOTTOM DOG) –  The Tabard.

JACK DOYLE- GORGEOUS GAEL  – Kings Head

BEHAN’S WOMEN – Canal Café Theatre, London

ON RAGLAN ROAD – Old Red Lion – New York – Irish Tour.

QUEENIE

PUT YOUR SWEET LIPS…

THE MISSING POSTMAN

OF MICE AND MEN (adaption)

FRIGHTENING THE CROWS

DOWN BOTTLE ALLEY-White Rock, Hastings, Irish Centre, Camden (published by  Circaidy Gregory Press 2010)

KAVANAGH  –  Irish Tour, Winnipeg

I’LL TELL ME MA…   Irish Club, London

OLIVER CROMWELL’S TOUR OF IRELAND Courtyard, N1 LONDON

FALLING FROM GRACE  ( the life/times of Shane MacGowan of The Pogues)

KATHY KIRBY – ICON  (Etcetera Theatre, Camden 16-20th AUG 2012)

PECKER DUNNE – LAST OF THE TRAVELLERS

MISS WHIPLASH REGRETS…

RACE RELATIONS  (latest)

 

Any script can be emailed on request……….   tomobrien2004@yahoo.co.uk

 

 Books

CHASING THE RAINBOW

CONFESSIONS OF AN ALTAR BOY

CONFESSIONS OF A CORNER BOY

CASSIDYS CROSS  + ebook

DOWN BOTTLE ALLEY + ebook

THE MISSING POSTMAN AND OTHER STORIES ebook only

THE SHINY RED HONDA   ebook only

CRICKLEWOOD COWBOYS  ebook only

 

 

 

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