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 is currently preparing to appear 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) 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.
Next in the Abbey Theatre‘s Priming the Canon series is Mise Mícheál. With music, dance and song, the energetic monologue is skilfully performed by Frontline Client Áine Ní Laoghaire. Wising everyone all the best as they begin touring today in Donegal.
Our client Áine Ni Laoghaire performs tonight in the world premiere of Mein Name Ist Sprache created by Nicoline Van Harskamp, as part of the Steirischer herbst, one of the world’s leading multidisciplinary art festivals.
The Dublin premiere, My Name is Language, opens on the 13th of October, as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival and tickets are available here.
Lots of the Frontline team are working on shows as part of this years very exciting Dublin Fringe Festival line up.
Sharon Coade and Amy Dunne both appear in this raucous new comedy set in a nursing home from Teri Fitzgerald. It runs September 18th to 22nd in Smock Alley Theatre. Tickets here.
Running + Walking In The Phoenix Park
John Morton appears in this meditative play about a man running for his life. It plays both weeks of the festival from September 12-14 and again from September 19-22nd in Project Arts Centre. Tickets here.
Aine Ni Laoghaire is performing in the sharp, comedic new piece from Alice Malseed and Sarah Gordon. The show runs from September 17th to 22nd in Smock Alley Theatre. Tickets here.
My Dad’s Blind
Our own Donncha O’Dea is producing the new exciting work from Anna Shiels-McNamee. It runs from September 18th to 22nd in Project Arts Centre. Tickets here.