After Easter

by Anne Devlin

The Author

Anne Devlin was born and brought up in Northern Ireland. Her first play, Ourselves Alone, was performed to critical acclaim at the Royal Court in 1985. Since then she has written plays for BBC radio and television and also adapted Wuthering Heights for Paramount Pictures (1991). She was 1982 winner of the Hennessey Literary Award for Short Stories and the Samuel Beckett Award for Television Drama. In 1985 she wond the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. She was co-winner of the George Devine Award in 1986 for Ourselves Alone.
After Easter was written in 1994.