Áine Ní Laoghaire
Áine trained as an actress at the BA in Acting Studies,The Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College. More recently she completed her screen acting training at Bow Street.
Seen most recently in The Abbey Theatre’s one women show Mise, Mollser based on Sean O’Casey’s The Plough and The Stars, Aine has just has appeared in numerous theatre productions. Roles include Rebecca in Frank McGuinness’s Factory Girls for The Everyman Theatre, and Zoe in Zoe’s Play at The Ark.
Her film and TV credits include 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 (Short film, 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? among others.
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.
Áine is currently collaborating on upcoming piece OneDay with Dick Walsh Theatre and is also developing a show for very young audiences, with the support of Cork City Council. She is a recipient of the TYAI Emerging Artist bursary.
Áine Ní Laoghaire has just completed 2 weeks of research and development on a new Theatre for Young audiences piece, with the support of Cork City Council and Theatre Development Centre Cork.
Directed by Sarah Baxter, the piece will look at the relationship between an elderly neighbour and a shy young girl, whose shared love of music and dancing brings them together.