1988 Paul Lee completed a full-time 3-year diploma course in Theatre studies in Mountview Theatre School, London. He then returned to Ireland and set up Priory Productions which presented and promoted Theatre and music, mainly in an Beal Bocht, Dublin. Paul performed in his own stage adaptation of Myles na gCopaleen's 'the Poor Mouth' with various other actors in Theatre's across Ireland and the UK to huge critical acclaim, including winning the Guardian Critics Choice award two weeks running at the edinburg Festival in 1991. the show went on to be presented in Irish by the Abbey and the Project Theatres and was recorded and broadcast on RTe radio. He produced and directed 'True West' by Sam Shepard in Andrews Lane Theatre and several shows for the Dublin fringe festival, including 'Thirst', 'Built On Sand' and 'Gibber', the latter two co-written by himself and his father (Robert Lee). Having set up musiclee.ie he ran the music programme for the Cobblestone, Mother Redcaps and presently for the Cherrytree venue which he established in 2007. Though now a music promoter he continues with occasional acting jobs and during 2003 was seen as the murderous Marty Halpin in RTe's Fair City. In the same year he performed nationwide in the stage version of 'Twelve angry Men' and in 2006 played the lead role in Deadline in Andrews Lane Theatre.
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