"A cheeky reflection on the gig economy ... more relevance, pathos and dramatic excitement than either “Tree” or “Invisible Cities,” with all their vast resources." 
 New York Times


Billy Cowan's short piece Prophet as part of Anu Production's The Anvil at Manchester International Festival 2019 went down very well with audiences and critics alike:

"The best is a side-street confrontation between a taxi driver and a cycle courier that deals with the gig economy, anti-gay discrimination, immigration and overcrowding in its 20 minutes and still manages to be witty about it." The Guardian

Prophet, a cheeky reflection on the gig economy - full New York Times review here.

Read Billy Cowan's Irish Times article about the Good Friday Agreement and his play Smilin' Through here