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Philip Stewart

Philip Stewart has written music and sound design for a broad range of media including theatre, sculptural and sound installations, dance, shorts, and documentary film-making. He studied composition under Donnacha Dennehy and Roger Doyle.

Recent theatre credits include Evening Train by Mick Flannery and Ursula Rani Sarma (The Everyman / Rosa Productions); Asking for It by Louise O’Neill (Landmark Productions / The Everyman); The Approach by Mark O’Rowe, Breaking Dad by Paul Howard and Howie the Rookie by Mark O’Rowe (Landmark Productions); Helen and I by Meadhbh McHugh and Crestfall by Mark O’Rowe (Druid); The Wake by Tom Murphy, Conservatory by Michael West, Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen and Quietly by Owen McCafferty (Abbey Theatre).

He has been nominated for an Irish Times Theatre Award for his work on The Early Bird by Leo Butler (Natural Shocks) and An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen (Gate Theatre).

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