Liam Burke appearing in Mother You by Louise White for Tiger Dublin Fringe

Liam Burke will be appearing in Mother You by Louise White as part of the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2015. The show will take place in Block B Cultural Space, Smithfield. This is a promenade style show so please dress appropriately. For tickets and more information see here


Amy O Dwyer cast in The Making of Dad’s Army

A documentary-drama about the making of the Dads Army Television series will begin filming in Northern Ireland this month. We are delighted to announce Amy O’Dwyer has been cast in this BBC NI production. Congratulations Amy!


Check out Donncha O’Dea in new Spar UK ad

UK Dwellers, keep your eyes peeled for our very own Donncha O’Dea in this new Spar UK TV Commercial! Watch it here!

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Nichola MacEvilly joins cast of Ripper Street!

We are delighted to announce Nichola MacEvilly has joined the cast of Ripper Street for a guest appearance in season 4. Nichola will join Matthew MacFayden in the Victorian era detective drama which is currently shooting in Dublin.


Geraldine McAlinden in Remember to Breathe

Geraldine is appearing in Fringe show “Remember to Breathe”  written and directed by Orla Murphy at Smock Alley Boys School.  The script was shortlisted for the BBC International Playwriting Award 2014. Show runs until Sep 12th. For bookings and more details see here.

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Liam Burke nominated for Best Actor at Los Angeles Independent Film Awards

Frontline Actors Agency are so thrilled to announce that Liam Burke is one of four actors nominated for Best Actor at the Los Angeles Independent Film Awards. Liam was nominated for his role in short film Positive Discrimination. With almost 80 films selected from hundreds of applicants, this is an incredible achievement for Liam who is up against 2 Americans and a Canadian. Congratulations Liam and the very best of luck on September 12th!


Check out this fantastic review for The Only Jealousy of Emer

Congratulations to Blue Raincoat Theatre Company on their fantastic review for “The Only Jealousy of Emer”, featuring three of our members; Fiona McGeown, Nichola MacEvilly and John Carty.

“Emer’s only jealousy, then, in Fiona McGeown’s brilliant turn for Blue Raincoat..”
“there is something profound in McGeown’s dutiful performance..”
“complexly remorseful and hopeful in Nicola MacEvily’s clever performance…”

Read the full review here

Deborah update

Deborah Wiseman in The School for Wives

Deborah Wiseman will be appearing in Moliéres The School for Wives at The New Theatre from 3rd-15th August. Directed by Peter Reid for AC Productions.

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The Only Jealousy of Emer

Nichola Mac Evilly, John Carty and Fiona McGeown appear in The Only Jealousy of Emer for Blue Raincoat Theatre Co until August 7th at The Factory Performance Space, Sligo.
The show, as part of the ‘Tread Softly Festival’ runs daily at 1.10pm with lunch provided from 12.30pm from The Sweet Beat Café.


Gerard Adlum in Bob & Judy

Gerard Adlum will be appearing in Bob & Judy at Theatre Upstairs from the 28th July – 8th August.
The play, written by Gerard is the second instalment in Fast Intent’s Trilogy of new plays at Theatre Upstairs, as part of their Residency for 2015. For booking and more information see here