Enda Walsh is a multi-award-winning Irish playwright. He lives in London. His work has been translated into over twenty languages and has been performed internationally since 1998. His plays include Ballyturk, Room 303, presented at the Galway International Arts Festival (2014), Misterman, preseneted by Landmark productions and GIAF in Ireland, London and New York (2011-2012); and several plays for Druid Theatre Company, including Penelope, which has been presented in Ireland, America and London from 2010-2011, The New Electric Ballroom, which played Ireland, Australia, Edinburgh, London, New York, and Los Angeles from 2008-2009, and The Walworth Farce, which played Ireland, Edinburgh, London and New York, as well as an American and Australian tour, from 2007-2010. He won Tony Award in 2012 for writing the book for the musical Once, which went on to play on Broadway, in the West End and a US tour. His other plays include Delirium (Theatre O/Barbican), Chatroom (National Theatre, London) and The Small Things (Paines Plough). His early plays include Bedbound (Dublin Theatre Festival) and Disco Pigs (Corcadorca). His film work includes Disco Pigs (Temple Films/Renaissance) and Hunger (Blast/FILM4).