Stuart's first play, 'Defender of the Faith', won the 2004 George Devine Award after premiering at the Abbey Theatre. Stuart then turned to TV writingand was nominated to IFTA for 'Little White Lie'. As the creator and writer of 'Love/Hate' he won the 2010 and 2011 IFTA for Best Television Writer.
Colin has a PhD in medieval metaphysics and continues to teach at the University of London as well as writing for film and television. Credits include 'The Flame' (2007) and 'Rome: Constantine' (2006). Lyall began concentrating on writing after a prestigious career in theatre. He was involved as teacher and lecturer at several leading drama schools, culminating in two years as Deputy Principal of RADA.
Academy Award-winner Neil Jordan is an Irish filmmaker and novelist and the writer and creator of 'The Borgias'. Other credits include 'The Crying Game', 'Interview with the Vampire', 'Michael Collins', 'Breakfast on Pluto' and 'Ondine'. Neil recently directed 'Byzantium', a 2013 Irish fantasy thriller film starring Saoirse Ronan.
Nick Vincent Murphy is a Kilkenny-born screenwriter best known for his work on the comedy series 'Moone Boy' (2012), the feature film 'Hideaways' (2011), and the comedy-drama series 'The Running Mate' (2007). He is currently based in London.