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Dylan Tighe is an actor, writer-director and singer-songwriter from Dublin. He graduated with a BA in Spanish and Italian from Trinity College Dublin and an MA in Performance Making from Goldsmiths, University of London. Productions not listed below include: No Worst There is None inspired by the work and life of Gerard Manley Hopkins (The Stomach Box, Best Production Irish Times Theatre Awards 2009), The Trailer of Bridget Dinnigan - a collaboration with Blanchardstown Traveller Development Group and The Irish Traveller Movement to create a new version of Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba featuring a cast of Irish Traveller women, RECORD -a music-theatre performance critiquing the medical model of mental health, and Medea/Medea- winner of the Gate Theatre London/Headlong New Directions award 2009. Dylan has performed with many Irish companies including the Abbey Theatre and has collaborated and toured extensively with Dead Centre, Pan Pan, and with Slovenian company Via Negativa. Record (RTÉ Drama on One), a radio-play based on his stage show of the same name, was nominated for the Prix Europa 2013. Pulse Music / Ceol Cuisle (RTÉ Drama on One) created with musician Seán Mac Erlaine and exploring the imagination of poet Michael Hartnett was nominated for the Prix Nova 2015. He contributed an essay to That Was Us: Contemporary Irish Theatre and Performance (Oberon) and a chapter to Performance, Madness and Psychiatry (Palgrave). As a musician, Dylan has released two critically acclaimed albums.


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Journey to the End of the Night Dylan Tighe


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Pasolini's Salò Redubbed Dylan Tighe Pier Paolo Pasolini


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Pasolini's Salò Redubbed Dylan Tighe Pier Paolo Pasolini


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HERE & NOW (i live here now) Veronica Dyas