Enda Walsh (born 1967) is an Irish playwright. Born in Dublin he is living in London. Walsh attended the same secondary school in which Roddy Doyle and Paul Mercier taught. After writing for the Dublin Youth Theatre, he moved to Cork where he wrote Fishy Tales for the Graffiti Theatre Company, followed by Ginger Ale Boy for Corcadorca Theatre Company. His main breakthrough came with the production of his play Disco Pigs in collaboration with director Pat Kiernan of Corcadorca. Since he moved to London he has been particularly prolific from 2005, bringing his productions to seventeen stage plays, two radio plays, three screenplays and one musical for which he won a Tony Award.