Archives for: Eoin O’ Sullivan

Eoin O’Sullivan on Stage

Eoin O’Sullivan is starring in “The Devil Himself” in Smock Alley from 23 Aug – 02 Sept. Catch him in this incredible true story of love, scandal and murder in 1880s America.

Directed by Paul Nugent.

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Eoin o Sullivan on stage tonight!

Eoin O’Sullivan is delighted to be performing Chris Kelly’s one-man play Twenty Minutes from Nowhere at Glórach Theatre tonight!

Eoin O’Sullivan in Orson Welles Christmas Carol

Eoin O’Sullivan plays Ernest Chappell in “Orson Welles’ Christmas Carol”, running at Smock Alley from 6-17th Dec.
AboutFACE Theatre’s much-loved festive “radio-play-within-a-play” is a Christmassy treat, with a touch of old Hollywood glamour.

Eoin O’ Sullivan in One Para at The New Theatre

Eoin O’Sullivan plays Adjutant Captain Senan in a new play ONE PARA by Gerard Humphreys. Directed by Anthony Fox, the play opens on Tuesday 8th Feb at The New Theatre. Running until 19th Feb, this play offers us a dramatic snapshot of the life of one soldier on the events of Bloody Sunday and their aftermath.

For more info see here

Photo: Al Craig

Eoin O’Sullivan makes debut appearance in Fair City

Our own Eoin O’Sullivan recently featured in Fair City as Housing Inspector Brian Goode. Thursday and Sunday’s episodes are available now to watch back on the RTE Player.
Photo credit: Beta Bajgart

Eoin O’ Sullivan in “Twenty Minutes From Nowhere” at Bewleys Cafe Theatre

Check out one of our newest members Eoin O’Sullivan in this beautiful One Man Show- TWENTY MINUTES FROM NOWHERE at Bewleys Cafe Theatre.
A play about place, loss, loneliness, and the courage to be vulnerable.
Performed by Eoin O’Sullivan. Written and co-directed by Chris Kelly, and produced and co-directed by Martha Fitzgerald.
Mon-Sat at 1pm  until 20th Nov.
Review from NoMoreWorkhorse
“Bewley’s Café Theatre’s long-awaited return to on-stage performances has started with a great lift-off. By turn fragile, resilient and determined, O’Sullivan’s performance captivates the audience. His nuanced performance captures both the frustration and the tenacity of someone caught between the conflicting needs of a young man for a meaningful relationship and a feeling of obligation to support his parents. This first-class production should not be missed.”