Gary George MITCHELL

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1965-05-03
Education Rathcoole Secdy Sch
Publications N/A
Recreations soccer, swimming, listening to The Ramones
Clubs N/A
Style Gary Mitchell, Esq
Career writer and dir; writer in residence National Theatre of GB and NI 1998-; >ir< Independent Voice 1993, Suspicious Minds 1993, Alternative Future 1994, That Driving Ambition 1995, In a Little World of Our Own 1997 (Best Drama Belfast Arts Awards, Irish Times Theatre Awards: Best Dir, Best Actor, Best Play), Sinking 1997 (Best Drama Belfast Arts Awards), Tearing the Loom 1998, As the Beast Sleeps 1998, Trust 1999 (Pearson Prize Best Play), Energy 1999, Marching On 2000 (nominated Best Play Theatre Mgmnt Award UK, nominated Best Play Irish Times), The Force of Change 2000 (jt winner George Devine Award, winner Evening Standard Charles Wintour Award Most Promising Playwright, nominated South Bank Show Award), Remorse 2002, Deceptive Imperfections 2003, Loyal Women 2003, Remnants of Fear 2006 (winner Outstanding Achievement in Culture and Arts Aisling Awards 2006); >ir< Made in Heaven (BBC2) 1996, Made in Heaven Unplugged (BBC2) 1996, Red, White and Blue (BBC1) 1998; >ir< Radio 4: The World, the Flesh and the Devil 1991 (award winner Young Playwrights' Festival), A Tearful of Dreams 1993, Independent Voice 1993, Poison Hearts 1994, Mandarin Lime (with Jimmy Murphy) 1995; Dividing Force 1995: Useless Tools (episode one), Raising the Standard (episode two), Above the Law (episode three); Drumcree 1996, At the Base of the Pyramid 1997, The Force of Change 2001, Stranded (Radio 3) 1995, Loyal Women (BBC World) 2003, Just Cause (RTE Radio 1) 2008; >ir< An Officer from France (RTE) 1998, As The Beast Sleeps (BBC2) 2001, Suffering (short film) 2002 (Best Short Film Belfast Film Festival 2003)
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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