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Director/ Brendan Behan

Previous theatre credits include: Conversations On A Homecoming, Brendan at the Chelsea (Lyric Theatre); The Shaughraun (Abbey); Girl With A Pearl Earring (Haymarket Theatre); Boeing Boeing (Comedy Theatre); Exiles (Royal National); The Tower (Almeida Theatre); Pope's Wedding; Saved; Up To The Sun And Down To The Centre; King Lear (Royal Court); Pentecost (Tricycle); Ghosts (Young Vic); Real Dreams; Danton Affair (RSC); Ourselves Alone (Royal Court /Liverpool); Who's A Lucky Boy (Royal Exchange); Copperhead (The Bush Theatre).

Theatre directing credits include Philadelphia, Here I Come! Translations and Performances for Brian Friel, Brendan at the Chelsea at the Riverside Studios and Carthaginian by Frank McGuinness.

TV credits include: Line of Duty now in its second series (BBC), Frost; Mo; Silk (ITV); Ashes To Ashes; Child Of Mine (Kudos); Whistleblowers (Carnival); Quartermass Experiment; Melissa; The Beast In Man; Reasonable Force; Force Of Duty; The Englishman's Wife; Drowning At The Shallow End (BBC); Suspicion; Tough Love; Cracker (Granada); Murder In Mind (BBC/Paul Knight); Murphy's Law (Tiger Aspect); The Jump (Warner Sisters); Woman's Guide To Adultery (Carlton); Statement Of Affairs (Wall To Wall); The Dawning (Lawson Productions - Ch4); The Fear (Euston Films).

Film credits: Kidnapped (BBC); Mickybo And Me; A World Apart (Working Title); Triggermen (T-men Prod); How Harry Became A Tree (Paradox Pictures); Thanks For The Memories (Scala); The General (Little Bird Co.); Richard III (First Look International); The Near Room; Innocent Lies; Widow's Peak (British Screen); The Blue Boy (BBC Scotland); The Crying Game (Palace Pictures); Hear My Song (Channel 4/ British Screen); My Left Foot (Ferndale Films); Shooters.

Adrian was BAFTA nominated for co-writing Hear My Song and nominated for Barclay's TMA Best Actor of the Year Award 2002. Adrian is an Associate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and in 2009 he was made a Doctor of Letters by the University of Ulster.