Mark O’Rowe speaks to David Hennessy about Howie The Rookie in The Irish World ahead of performances at The Barbican in London.
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Tom Vaughan-Lawlor and Mark O’Rowe interview each other in the Irish Independent on 1st Nov 2014.
Nadine O’Regan chats to Mark O’Rowe and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor ahead of the return of Howie the Rookie.
Read the full article here. 26th October 2014 Sunday Business Post
Miriam O’Callaghan talks to Tom Vaughan-Lawlor and Mark O’Rowe ahead of Howie the Rookie returning to the Olympia Theatre.
Listen in to Sunday with Miriam here. Broadcast 19.10.14
The actor is back on TV tomorrow in series five of ‘Love/Hate’. But the punctual, theatre-loving, Donna Tartt-reading actor has little in common with his character
It is curtain call at the end of the first preview of Mark O’Rowe’s emotionally bruising new play, Our Few and Evil Days, at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, and the audience are on their feet. On stage, five actors, among them Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, take their bows. Looking out into the auditorium, the cast seem tentative, grateful, humbled by the warmth from the audience, that previously unknowable but essential piece of the jigsaw of theatre.
“I love previews, as an actor or in the audience,” Vaughan-Lawlor says the following morning. “There is that sense that anything can happen.”
Read Fintan O’Toole on Tom Vaughan-Lawlor’s ‘stunning performance‘ in Howie the Rookie, written by the ‘blazingly talented‘ Mark O’Rowe in the Irish Times.
“O’Rowe’s revisiting of his breakthrough play after 14 years – he directs Tom Vaughan-Lawlor’s stunning performance for the Landmark production – is fascinating because it looks back, not in anger, but with tenderness.”
Read Liam Rudden’s interview with Tom Vaughan-Lawlor for Edinburgh Evening news here, as Howie the Rookie plays Assembly Hall at this years Edinburgh Fringe.
The Irish Examiner features Howie the Rookie and star Tom Vaughan-Lawlor in an article by Pádraic Killeen.
Both sides of the story
Monday, July 15, 2013
THOUGH he’s popularly known as ‘Nidge’ from RTÉ’s hit drama Love/Hate, Tom Vaughan-Lawlor has been a much admired stage actor for many years.