Hailed by the Evening Standard as 'one of the cleverest things around', Kieron Barry is a vital and unique voice in British theatre. Combining comic brio with sinuous intellectualism and crystalline dialogue, his works exhibit an infectious delight in the play of ideas. Time Out London has described his work as 'ambitious drama, filled with brilliant dialogue' and 'clever, fast-paced, well-crafted and wonderfully funny'. Working principally on the London fringe, The Stage claims 'it can't be long before Barry is given a larger stage from which to show off his talents'. Most recently his play Numbers won 'Best Play' at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre's summer festival 2007.