Family Plot

Inside their family grave, three generations of Kerrs
are dead and buried – but still condemned to argue…

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Two guys. One girl. Game on.
Starring Harry Potter’s Rupert Grint.

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Being Human

Vampires and werewolves at odds
in Daragh’s Sticks and Rope episode from Series 5

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Hollywood A-lister Michael Fassbender stars
in Daragh’s adaptation of the Bram Stocker classic

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Daragh Carville is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter from Armagh in Northern Ireland.

Born in 1969, Daragh studied Drama and Film at the University of Kent. He has since had nine acclaimed stage plays produced, several screenplays, radio plays and episodes for television. He leads workshops at literary festivals across the UK and Ireland.

In 1997, Daragh won the Stewart Parker Award and the following year the Meyer Whitworth, both for playwriting. His first feature film, Middletown, premiered at the Tribecca Film Festival and his second, Cherrybomb, starred Rupert Grint. Daragh currently teaches Scriptwriting at Birkbeck, University of London.