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Kearney is refreshingly frank - Extra Extra

A carefully crafted script - Time Out

Kearney makes us relive the intense excitement of flirtation across the dancefloor- The Stage

Taut, Sharp... Kaleidoscopic sub-plots - QX Magazine

Kearney is a very confident and competent writer who understands how to keep an audience entertained - Theatreworld

affectionate humour and rampant nostalgia - My Cultural Life

Madonna and Me mirrors life both painfully and truthfully - Southwark News

 

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Tommy was born and bred in Whiston, Merseyside. He wrote a play in a day and the result was ‘Last Christmas’ about a family Christmas from hell that was quite comical. The play was given a rehearsed reading by the Big Wheel Theatre Company at the Clerkenwell Theatre, Islington, London.

His second play 'Windermere' was staged at the Clerkenwell Theatre in April 2006 as part of a new writing festival and played to full houses. This play charted the lives of a young talented footballer and his neighbour a talented artist.

Maggie, his third play was inspired by a true story. This was staged at the Hen & Chickens Theatre in November 2006 and was well received. The play tackled the issue of mental health within the family.

Madonna and Me is his fourth play.

Madonna and Me opened in April 2007 at the Union Theatre, Southwark, London then transferred to the Jermyn Street Theatre, Piccadilly Circus, London later in the July of that year. In January 2008, Madonna and me moved to Merseyside, the plays home turf to the Actors Studio in Liverpool to open the European Capital of Culture celebrations. After a hugley successful run, Madonna and Me returned to the Actors Studio in September along with Windermere for a Tommy Kearney mini season.

March 2009 Sebastian a short dramatic play was performed at the Lillian Bayliss Theatre, London.

In April 2009, Little Boy debuted at the Union Theatre in London and then moved to the NOVAS CUC in Liverpool in November 2009 as part of the Homotopia festival.

In December 2009, three shorts, Five One, Immaculate Deception and the Pearl and the Vestment were performed in Hackney in London.

A Bad Day another short was taken on tour by the Bootleg Theatre Company in November 2010 as a part of Snapshots.

In January 2011, Six by One was staged at the Hen and Chickens Theatre in London. Five One, Pearl and the Vestment, A Bad Day, Immaculate Deception, Sebastian, together with the debut of Respect as a celebration of Tommy Kearney's USA debut with Madonna and Me.

Tommy has been an avid follower of Madonna’s career and sees her as a source of inspiration. Madonna and Me is dedicated to the Madonna Fans around the world and their friends.