Biscuits For Breakfast Porductions are an independent,

Irish theatre company, founded by graduates of DIT's

Conservatory of Music & Drama in 2004. The

company cut their teeth producing published works in

the early years of the International Dublin Gay

Theatre Festival before they began creating, writing

and producing original work from 2008, which saw

them take home many awards including:

Best new writing, Best actress and Best aspect of production.


The company's first original work "Somewhere Under The Rainbow - The Liza Minnelli Story", was originally staged as a 10 minute short play in 2011 before being developed into a full scale musical production, selling out the Olympia Theatre Dublin. A successful national tour of Ireland's arts centres shorlty followed and  the show has gone on to receieve critical acclaim, nominations and awards internationally, during it's highly successful runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Brighton Fringe Festival, Greater Manchester Fringe and on the London Fringe Circuit in the UK. 


Some other notable productions to date include "Hushabye Mountain" by Jonathan Harvey, "Naked Will" by Blair Fell, "Gay and Confused" by Patrick Walshe, "Aul Divina and Me" by Cillian O'Donnachadha  "The Black Dog" by Cillian O'Donnachadah, "A Fit Wife For A Revolutionary" by Sharon Sexton.

Biscuits For Breakfast are currently based in London and are proud to be facilitating the first ever London Irish Short Play Festival at  The London Irish Centre, Camden this August. The festival will be providing artists, performers and playwrights with a platform to collaborate and create new work.  For further information, check out the  "Festival" page on this website.