Fiona McGeown

Fiona trained at the Gaiety school of Acting and L’Ecole de Mime Corporeal Dramatique in London. Her company Painted Bird Productions are in pre production planning for a new piece called ‘The Bridie Kirk Project’ which opens in the Cork Midsummer Festival in 2014. She has recently appeared in Sharp as a Razor with the Abbey Theatre taking scenes from the new Frank McGuiness play The Hanging Gardens around the southern counties. She recently appeared and produced Chekhov’s The Bear for Painted Bird Productions which enjoyed a hugely successful run at Kinsale Arts Festival 2013.

Fiona was a member of Sligo’s prestigious Blue Raincoat Theatre Company for over 13 years. Her previous appearances for the Abbey/Peacock include Translations (Abbey), Alice in Wonderland (Peacock/Blue Raincoat Theatre Company), Alice Through the Looking Glass (Peacock/BRTC), The Strange Voyage of Donald Crowhurst (Peacock/BRTC). Other work with Blue Raincoat includes At Swim Two Birds, The Third Policman, Hamlet, A Midsummer Nights Dream, The Tempest, What the Butler Saw, Still Life, SanctuaryBirdie Birdie, Her Big Chance, The Only Jealousy of Emer, The Cat and the Moon, At the Hawks Well, The Third Policeman and most recently At Swim Two Birds.


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Fiona McGeown touring Losha


Fiona is currently on Tour with Irish Theatre Company Monkeyshine with their production Losha from 5th of April to the 30th of May.

For information on dates and venues of the tour see HERE

Fiona McGeown in The Bear


Don’t miss your last chance to see Fiona McGeown appearing in her own company ‘Painted Bird Productions’ staging of Anton Chekhov’s ‘The Bear’ as part of Kinsale Arts Festival today!
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Fiona McGeown Directing for Text¦Messages at Project Arts centre


Fiona McGeown will direct a scene from Henry IV,part II as part of TEXT¦MESSAGES at The Project Arts Centre on the 26th and 27th April. The piece will also feature our very own Caitriona Ennis as Mistress Quickly and Neill Fleming as Pistol. Catch it this weekend at The Project. Tickets only €5

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