Recent projects include Long Day’s Journey into Night with Jeremy Irons & Lesley Manville (New York & LA), The Mirror Crack’d (NCPA, Mumbai), La Voix Humaine (Aldeburgh & Bath Festivals, UK), Man to Man (Edinburgh, UK Tour, New York), A Girl is a Half-formed Thing (with Corn Exchange, Edinburgh, UK Tour, London, New York), Not I/Footfalls/Rockaby (West End London, New York, Hong Kong, Perth, Paris), Tiger Bay (Cape Town & Cardiff), riverrun (World Tour including London, New York & Sydney), One Man, Two Guvnors with James Corden (UK Tour, AustralAsia Tour, Broadway), John Gabriel Borkman with Alan Rickman (Abbey Theatre Dublin & BAM), The Pitmen Painters (UK Tour, West End & Broadway), Phèdre with Helen Mirren (Epidaurus Greece & Washington DC), Waves (Salzburg Festival & Lincoln Center, New York), Primo with Sir Antony Sher (Cape Town & Broadway), Happy Days with Fiona Shaw (World Tour including London & New York) and The History Boys (UK Tour, Hong Kong, Australia/NZ Tour, Broadway).
Forthcoming projects include Our Generation by Alecky Blythe for the National Theatre in London, Animal Farm in a version by Robert Icke for a UK and AustralAsian tour, and a stage adaptation of an Afghan refugee story, The Boy with Two Hearts by Hamed Amiri, for Wales Millennium Centre.
Pádraig was a music scholar at Trinity College, Dublin and subsequently studied at the Royal Northern College of Music. Later in his career, he took a Masters in Business from UCC. In his spare time, he runs a charity for the education of young women in the hinterlands of East Africa. He lives between West Cork, London and Mumbai.