Reid was a Patron of YouthAction Northern Ireland, a charity working to inspire young people. One of its projects is the Rainbow Factory which has over 450 young people participating a range of classes, workshops and performances.
- Thames Television Playwriting Award for "Tea in a China Cup"
- 1980 Ulster Television Drama Award, "Did You Hear the One About the Irishman?"
- 1986 George Devine Award for "The Belle of Belfast City"
- Tea In A China Cup, Lyric Theatre, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1983
- Did You Hear The One About The Irishman . . .?, New York, 1985
- Joyriders, Tricycle Theatre, London, 1986
- The Belle Of Belfast City, Lyric Theatre, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1989
- My Name, Shall I Tell You My Name? Andrews Lane Theatre, Dublin, 1989
- Les Misérables, Nottingham Playhouse, 1992
- The King of the Castle, Cottesloe Theatre, National Theatre, London, 1999
- Clowns, The Room, Orange Tree, Richmond, 1996
- A Year And A Day, National Theatre, London, 2007 
- Sanford V. Sternlicht (1998). A reader's guide to modern Irish drama. Syracuse University Press. ISBN 978-0-8156-2773-9.
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