The writer of acclaimed plays in the political thriller genre, this Northern Irish dramatist is specially popular for In JUST A LITTLE World of OUR VERY OWN (1997); As the Beast Sleeps (1998); as well as the Force of Transformation (2000). His initial two plays, Separate Tone of voice (1993) and Alternative Upcoming (1994), had been staged, respectively, on the Tinderbox and Stage Areas theatres (both in Belfast, North Ireland). Early in his profession, he also composed many BBC Radio dramas, like the Globe, the Flesh as well as the Devil (1991) and A Tearful of Dreams (1993). His play Remnants of Dread gained the 2006 Aisling Award for Excellent Accomplishment in Arts and Lifestyle. His other creative honors are the 1999 Pearson Greatest New Play Prize (for Trust) as well as the 1998 Belfast Arts Play Prize (for Sinking). He was raised within a working-class, Protestant, Ulster loyalist family members in North Ireland. The 2014 Lyric Theater (Belfast, North Ireland) staging of Mitchell’s enjoy Demented starred Video game of Thrones professional Ian Beattie.