‘A Boy called Nedd’
Written by Emily Gillmor Murphy, Directed by Karl Shiels, Set and Lighting By Laura Honan, Co-produced by Laura Honan and Emily Gillmor Murphy.
Performed by Amilia Stewart, Aislinn O’Byrne, Jasmine Brady, Conall Keating and Liam Heslin.
First performed in Theatre Upstairs 2015.
Performed as a Druid Debut for The Galway International Arts Festival.
Shortlisted for The Stewart Parker Trust Award.
‘Gillmor Murphy’s treatment is clear-eyed and compassionate… The economy of young male expression is heart-rending, and Gillmor Murphy is good at capturing the emotional toll of a teenage pose.’ The Irish Times.
Written by Emily Gillmor Murphy, Directed by Karl Shiels, Stage Design by Lisa Krugel, Co-produced by Laura Honan and Emily Gillmor Murphy.
Performed by Aisling O’Mara, Jaimie O’Neill and Michael Glenn Murphy.
First Performed in Theatre Upstairs 2017.
‘Monster? is a powerful piece of modern theatre that is challenging but oddly fun… a stimulating 60 minutes of theatre that is well worth checking out and, beyond the laughs, is incredibly thought provoking.’ The Reviews Hub.
‘The Horror Writer’
Written by Emily Gillmor Murphy, Directed by Ciaran Gallagher, Lighting and Sound Designer by Ciaran Gallagher, Photography by Philip Arneill, Dramaturgical work by Peter Dunne, Produced by Emily Gillmor Murphy.
Performed by Sinead Keegan, Philip Arneill and Bryan Burroughs.
First performed in Pearse Centre Theatre and Whale Theatre Greystones 2019.
Supported by FringeLab.
‘The play has everything you would want in a horror story. An old setting, werewolves, ghosts and of course murder… The acting is excellent… I have no doubt we will see this again in the future.’ Headstuff.
An audio horror experience.
Written by Emily Gillmor Murphy, Directed and Audio Produced by Ciaran Gallagher, assisted audio produced by Colin Doran, Produced by Emily Gillmor Murphy.
Performed by Martha Breen, Niamh McPhillips and Aonghus Óg Mc Anally.
First released at thelockinn.io 2020.
‘‘Blind’ is not to be missed… For 30 mins you are trapped in the dark… and the only way to get through is to keep listening.’ Headstuff.
'Ryots' is run by the eclectic and mad minds of Emily Gillmor Murphy and Ciaran Gallagher.