Phelim Drew – Billy Phelim Drew

Theatre includes: The Risen People, King Lear, Drum Belly, Bookworms, Curse of the Starving Class, The Seafarer, The Playboy of the Western World (Abbey, original and Roddy Doyle/ Bisi Adigun versions), The Three Sisters, The Crucible, A Dolls House, The Shaughraun, Portia Coughlan, Heavenly Bodies, She Stoops To Conquer (Gate and Abbey); A Whistle In The Dark, The Rivals, The Wake, The Plough And The Stars (Abbey and Gaiety); The Corsican, Hubert Murray’s Widow, Prayers Of Sherkin (Abbey and Peacock Theatres); Port Authority (Decadent Theatre Co.); All That Fall (Pan Pan); ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore (Siren Productions); Two Rooms, The Focus, Operation Easter (Calipso); Sleeping Beauty (Landmark Productions); Therese Raquin, Roughs For Theatre One and Two, Present Laughter, Moon Light, Salome, The Double Dealer, Tartuffe, Pride and Prejudice, A Christmas Carol (Gate Theatre); The Life Of Galileo (The Almeida Theatre); Love and a Bottle (Rough Magic); The Brothers of the Brush (The Unicorn Arts Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Recruiting Officer (Lyceum Edinburgh); Cheapside (Druid Theatre). More recently Phelim has been touring his own adaptation of Orwell’s Down and Out in Paris and London (a Show in a Bag Production) and The Third Policeman in an adaptation with score by Colin Reid.

 

Film and Television includes: Clean Break, Val Falvey TD, Making The Cut (RTÉ); Ripper Street, The Ambassador, Sharpe’s Battle (ITV); Angela’s Ashes, The Commitments, My Left Foot.