Alex
Murphy

Alex Murphy... delivers a charismatic physical performance as Private Gar, with the eye rarely leaving him as he moves about the stage.

Grainne McGuinness
Echo Live on Philadelphia, Here I Come!

Murphy’s finely-honed comic timing from his role in Young Offenders is utilised well in a production sprinkled with humour. He lights up the stage in the same way he lights up the screen, impeccably assaying an array of accents and characters.

Marjorie Brennan
The Irish Examiner on Philadelphia, Here I Come!

Alex Murphy as Davey is a treat, bringing depth to this youngster who could easily be played as a pure gomme.

Katy Hayes
The Independent on The Lieutenant of Inishmore

With an amusingly gormless performance, Murphy beguilingly embodies the lost innocence central to this viciously funny, if grotesque, play

Fiona Charleton
The Times on The Lieutenant of Inishmore

Alex Murphy as the mullet loving Davey, delights as a man boy put upon by everyone

Chris O'Rourke
The Arts Review on The Lieutenant of Inishmore

Chris Walley and Alex Murphy continue to excel as Jock and Conor, the thickest of thieves and most juvenile of delinquents.

Liam Fay
The Times on The Young Offenders 2

Corkonian best pals Conor and Jock, perfectly played by Alex Murphy and Chris Walley, are firmly in the grand tradition of screen comedy’s greatest pairing, Laurel and Hardy.

Pat Stacey
The Independent on The Young Offenders

Murphy [engages] in slapstick with hilarious goofiness.

Kate Muir
The Times on The Young Offenders

Conor is played in very winning fashion by Alex Murphy.

Geoffrey McNab
The Independent on The Young Offenders

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