"Set in Derry, and amongst the Irish diaspora in Europe, Morning and Afternoon explore the enduring bonds of childhood, and the human yearning for love and family. The lives of two very different men fatefully reconnect - Visceral and touching, these acclaimed, subtly interlocking plays glisten with moments of unexpected tenderness."
"Andy Hinds has directed at all the major Irish theatres, and is currently Artistic Director of Classic Stage Ireland. After an acclaimed production at Dublin's Project Arts Centre by Open House Theatre, Morning and Afternoon premiered in the UK at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013. Other plays include October Song, The Starving, Crystal's House and Bloodties, which have been produced both in the UK and Eire. His radio play First of the Day was broadcast by RTE and he has written verse translations of Euripides' Iphigenia in Aulis and Aeschylus' Oresteian Trilogy. His book Acting Shakespeare's Language will be published by Oberon Books in 2014."