Enda Walsh

Enda Walsh

Coast Box Office

Enda Walsh is a playwright and screenwriter who shot to fame when he won both the George Devine Award and the Stewart Parker Award in 1997 with his play Disco Pigs. In 2007 and 2008 Mr. Walsh won Fringe First Awards at two consecutive Edinburgh Festivals for his plays The Walworth Farce and The New Electric Ballroom. The former led the Guardian to name him 'one of the most dazzling wordsmiths of contemporary theatre.' Since his initial success as a playwright, Mr. Enda has gone on to write for the screen. His 2008 biopic, Hunger, told the story of the final days of IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands and won a host of awards, including the Camera d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival and the Heartbeat Award at the Dinard International Film Festival. It was nominated for seven BIFAs (including Best Screenplay), six British Film and Television Awards (including Best Screenplay and Best Independent Film) and BAFTA's Outstanding British Film Award 2009. The Observer called his play Chatroom 'a clever, funny, discomforting piece to make audiences of all ages think.'.

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Red Tree Theatre

Red Tree Theatre

One the Central Coast's newest and most affordable performance venues. 144 tiered seating black box theatre with large foyer and conference spaces.
Red Tree Theatre

Red Tree Theatre

Red Tree Theatre offers rehearsal, office, and meeting spaces, training rooms, exhibition space, and a 130-seat theatre that can be used for performances, concerts, productions, as well as seminars, presentations, and conferences.

Elderslee Foundation is registered charity via the ACNC. Number: 13000397080

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Jopuka Productions - Chatroom
Tomorrow to 30th June
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Chatroom

Jopuka Productions & Hyde Entertainment

Six teenagers meet online to discuss everything from Britney Spears to Willy Wonka to... suicide.

by Enda Walsh
Directed by Seb Smee

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