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THE DIARY OF MAYNARD PERDU: Wexford Arts Centre, 20th – 23rd June 2018

Written and directed by the award-winning playwright Billy Roche and starring the acclaimed actor/musician Peter McCamley. THE DIARY OF MAYNARD PERDUFull story »

OF MORNINGTON: National Opera House, Wexford – 23rd to 28th May, 9th-11th June

The world premiere of Billy Roche’s new play: a bittersweet story of loves lost, dreams shattered, where characters cling toFull story »

IFTA nomination for Billy Roche

Billy Roche has received an IFTA nomination for Best Drama Script at the Irish Film & Television Awards 2016 forFull story »

Billy Roche’s CLEAN BREAK starts Sunday 27th September

A gripping new four-part drama series, written by Billy Roche, tells the tale of a Wexford community driven by love, greed,Full story »

LAY ME DOWN SOFTLY in Ireland: Wexford Arts Centre, opens Tuesday 12th October

Billy Roche directs his own play to be launched during the prestigious Wexford Opera Festival. Originally commissioned for The AbbeyFull story »

Billy Roche nominated for ZeBBie

Congratulations to Billy Roche: LAY ME DOWN SOFTLY has been shortlisted for Best Theatre Script at the Irish Playwrights andFull story »

THE DOG AND BONE: The Verb, BBC Radio 3 ? Airs Friday 15th July

A new short story from playwright Billy Roche commissioned by BBC Radio 3 as a follow-up to his story SussexFull story »

Billy Roche wins IFTA award

Billy Roche and Conor McPherson on winning an IFTA award for Best Screenplay and Best Film for THE ECLIPSE.

THE ECLIPSE: Rainwater Films

Co-written by and featuring Billy Roche, THE ECLIPSE is currently filming in Ireland with Conor McPherson directing and Aidan QuinnFull story »

Billy Roche wins IFTA award

Billy Roche and Conor McPherson on winning an IFTA award for Best Screenplay and Best Film for THE ECLIPSE.

Billy Roche nominated for ZeBBie

Congratulations to Billy Roche: LAY ME DOWN SOFTLY has been shortlisted for Best Theatre Script at the Irish Playwrights andFull story »