Neil Flynn is an award-winning writer-director.
His first screenplay BLUE YONDER was a winning script in the BBC Writer’s Drama Script Room in 2014.
His play BACK THE TIDE was among the top ten plays in the Verity Bargate Awards 2013.
His first stage play CLOCKED was a winner in the International Playwriting festival held at the Warehouse Theatre, London where it received its premier production.
His first radio play PANTALOONS was shortlisted for the BBC International Radio playwriting competition.
He was a winner at the RTÉ (National Broadcaster of Ireland) PJ O’Connor Radio drama awards for his play THE QUIET WILLOUGHBYS which was produced on the Sunday Playhouse.
His second radio play THE SOUND AND THE SPERM was also produced there and was shortlisted for the Prix Europa.
His third radio play HONEY was shortlisted for the 2016 Rose D’Ór European Broadcasting Awards in Berlin.
His short play LONG TO ME THY COMING was a selected play at prestigious Peacock Scratch Night at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin.
His Youth Theatre play ALL THINGS premiered at the National Folk Theatre of Ireland and was produced there again in April 2017.
His one-woman play MICRODISNEY premiered at the New Theatre Dublin in 2016 (‘An extraordinary piece of writing’-Sunday Independent☆☆☆☆☆). It won the Bell Table:Connect Award for Best Play at the Limerick Fringe Festival 2017 and will open at the Bell Table Theatre, Limerick in February 2018.
IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD AS THEY KNOW IT, a new Youth Drama he has been commissioned to write by the National Folk Theatre of Ireland, will premier on April 21st 2018.
He is currently developing a number of original projects for film and television.