Archives for: Geraldine McAlinden

The Truth Commissioner on RTE1 tonight 9.35pm

You can catch our client Geraldine McAlinden on RTE 1 tonight st 9.35pm in The Truth Commissioner

The Secret Scripture opens in Irish Cinemas

This weekend saw the general release of Jim Sheridan’s ‘The Secret Scripture’. With Frontline’s Geraldine McAlinden playing the role of Sister Mary Bernadette.

Check it out at a cinema near you!

Irish Premier of The Secret Scripture Feb 18th

The Irish premiere of The Secret Scripture will take place on Saturday 18th February as part of Audi Dublin International Film Festival. The film directed by Jim Sheridan, features Geraldine McAlinden alongside Rooney Mara, Vanessa Redgrave and Eric Bana. For more info click here


Congratulations on the IFTA win to Cumman na mBhan 100 , featuring Geraldine McAlinden in the role of Agnes O’Farrelly.

Geraldine appearing in Red Rock

Tune in tomorrow 3rd December to see Geraldine McAlinden appearing in Red Rock on TV3

Geraldine McAlinden in RTE’s Spooky Stakeout

Don’t miss Geraldine in RTE’s brand new interactive children’s TV series, Spooky Stakeout, begins at 4.30pm on RTE 2 this Friday October 2nd,

Review for Remember to Breathe at Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival

Check out this great review from The Irish Times for Remember to Breathe, Orla Murphys hit Fringe play featuring Getaldine McAlinden as “ebullient swimming instructor” Doreen!

Read review.

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.

Geraldine McAlinden in How To Be Happy

Geraldine will be appearing in the the feature film “How To Be Happy”
alongside Brian Gleeson on Sunday night on UTV Ireland at 22.00!
Don’t miss it!

Another great review for Orphans at The New Theatre

Check out this review for Orphans, directed by Geraldine McAlinden, from The Red Curtain Review. The show runs at The New Theatre until Saturday 1st March.
Read the review here