Áine Ní Laoghaire
Áine trained as an actress at the BA in Acting Studies,The Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College and as a screen actor at Bow Street. Áine has just wrapped on Dublin Murders, BBC’s brand new drama. Upcoming work includes Billy in The Mac.
Most recently, Áine appeared in The Abbey Theatre’s tour of Mise, Micheal, following on from her appearance in both Dublin Theatre Festival’s My Name Is Language and Dublin Fringe Festival’s Billy. Other recent work includes it’s getting harder and harder for me (The Mac, Belfast) Neon Western (Cork Midsummer Festival and Dublin Fringe Festival) Mise, Mollser (Abbey Theatre) Factory Girls (Everyman Theatre, Cork)All Hell Lay Beneath (Dublin Fringe) and Zoe’s Play (The Ark).
Her screen credits include the webseries Long Dark Twenties, Ripper Street (BBC) Ros na Run (TG4) Standby (Rob Burke/Ronan Burke) Baróg Béir/Free Hugs (Gavin Fitzgerald), Live (Harbour Films), and Jane By the Sea ( Zanzibar Production )
As a voice-over artist, Áine regularly provides various character voices for Macalla Teo, and TG4. Shows include Dude, cá bhfuil mo phúca?, Dot and Peg Agus Chat among others. She also recently lent her voice to the Irish language version of Oscar nominated cartoon The Breadwinner by Cartoon Saloon.
As a dancer/performer Áine has collaborated with Amanda Coogan on her RHA show I’ll Sing You A Song From Around The Town, dancer Meagan O’Shea (International Associate Artist, Dance House) and visual artist Ella De Búrca, most notably in Exercises for Seeing Stars #3 at the Vienna Art Fair.
Frontline’s Amy Dunne and Áine NÍ Laoghaire will be appearing in The Roaring Banshees, Peter McGann and John Morton’s ripping yarn about a gang of Irish rebels taking on the Chicago underworld.
The show will run at The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny from 1st-3rd August, click HERE to book.
It will then visit Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin from 12th-31st August, click HERE to book.
Frontline actors Áine Ní Laoghaire and Donncha O’Dea reprised their roles in Martina Devlin’s “What Would The Countess Say” in Dublin’s Mansion House on Sunday.
Frontline actor Áine Ní Laoghaire will be performing as part of the Dáil 100 celebrations this weekend from the 19-21st at Leinster House. Tickets are free and available for performances in English and Irish. Aine will also be performing the Declaration Of Independence live on TV this coming Monday.