Liam Clarke- Body and Blood. Jackals by Night ,Crows Day
Originally from Dublin, Liam is an actor of many years experience who is returning to the stage as part of the “The Shadow or Shelter” festival. Prior to his career break Liam had a sucessful career as actor with many appearances on the London theatre scene (Royal Court, Soho Theatre etc.) before working with Jim Sheridan at the Project Centre in Dublin.
Kevin Bohan – Mikey Carroll (Just Above Dogs and Craic in the Crypt)
Kevin arrived in London from Galway at the age of five and onto the stage at the age of nine. He has had various television and theatre roles. Kevin is also a stilt walker, fire juggler and stand-up comic. Kevin has played Mikey Carroll in “Just Above Dogs” and Fleet Pete in “Craic in the Crypt” for Green Curtain theatre.
Stephen Good – Dec Carroll and Father Frank Quigley (Just Above Dogs)
Stephen was born in Dublin and has lived in London since the family moved to the UK when he was a small boy. He is a recent convert to the acting profession and graduated from Drama Studio London in 2012. He has recently appeared as Walkadene Hoarde in “A Trick to Catch the Old” at the Rose, Bankside (Mercurius Productions, director Jenny Eastop).
Pamela Flanagan – Cecily (Community Service and Craic in the Crypt)
Pamela hails from Dublin and came to London in 2003 to attend the Academy Drama School. She has toured extensively through the UK and Europe with various theatre productions. Theatre roles include: Landlady in “Two”, Nancy in “Dance Hall Days”, Pegeen Mike in “The Playboy of the Western World” and Rose in “I Capture the Castle”. Pamela played Dexie Doyle in “Craic in the Crypt” for Green Curtain Theatre.
Kieran Moriaty – Cian (Just Above Dogs and Craic in the Crypt)
Kieran Moriarty is an Irish Londoner whose family hail from Kerry. Since graduating from The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) in 2009 Kieran has worked on various different projects including the National tour of “One Snowy Night” and Bobba the Robba in “Craic in the Crypt” for Green Curtain Theatre.
Tom Murphy – Digits and Bishop Google McDoogle (Craic in the Crypt)
Tom Murphy has flown as Grandpa in’ Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’, kept time as Cogsworth in Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast ‘in Dublin, had his throat cut as the Beadle in ‘Sweeney Todd’ in Belfast, filmed The Crown and The Dragon in Tipperary, and sung in cabaret in Paris, Melbourne, Ronnie Scott’s in Soho and in his father’s birthplace, Tralee, County Kerry.
Victoria Porter- Miss Molloy (Craic in the Crypt)
Originally from a small town near the shores of Lough Neagh, Victoria moved to England aged 18 to study Astrophysics, going on to train at Mountview Theatre School. Credits include No.1 tours of ‘Henry V’ and ‘The Playboy of the Western World’, 26 plays in weekly repertoire for Charles Vance Productions and the UK premiere of James Joyce’s ‘Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’ for South Hill Park.
Joan Plunkett – Noreen (Community Service)
Dubliner Joan has lived in London for many years. An experienced actor, dancer and choreographer she has many years’ experience in theatre, film and television. Joan is a regular on the London Fringe.
Kate Sandison- ‘Clarissa’ (Craic in the Crypt)
A Celt through and through, this Edinburgh actress with Irish roots has West End credits ‘Daisy Pulls it Off’ (Arts Theatre) and ‘Recipe for a Perfect Wife’(Charing Cross Theatre). Other credits include ‘What You’re Missing’ (King’s Head Theatre) and ‘The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie’ (Barons Court Theatre). Kate has appeared in 10 feature films and recently played Bardle in ‘The Walk’.
Thomas Walsh – Father O’Flaherty (Craic in the Crypt)
A native of Waterford City, Thomas first took to the stage at the age of 12 with Red Kettle Theatre Company. Since then he has gone on to train at the Manchester Metropolitan School of Theatre and is now based in London. His theatre credits include: ‘Boy Soldier’ for Red Kettle Theatre Company. ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ at the Dell Stratford upon Avon, ‘Mary Stuart’ at the Capitol Theatre Manchester and ‘Road at the Samuel Beckett Theatre Dublin.