In Alphabetical Order
Niall Bishop – Just Above Dogs
A native of Galway. Recent theatre includes League of Youth (Theatre N16), Rise (London Tour), The Cripple of Inishmaan (Judi Dench playhouse), A Prayer (Hen & Chickens), An Inspector Calls (New Wimbledon Theatre), Major Barbara (Theatro Technis), Stones in His Pockets (The Gatehouse). Recent film credits include shorts ‘Rot’, ‘Pursued’ and the ‘Light That Reflects the Shadows’ (National Film School).
Kevin Bohan – Just Above Dogs
Kevin arrived in London from Galway at the age of five and onto the stage at the age of nine. Since then 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.
Sorcha Brooks- Body and Blood
Originally from County Clare, versatile actress Sorcha is an experienced stage, film and TV performer. Her recent work includes Gertrude in Hamlet and Titania in Midsummer Night’s Dream. Contemporary work at the Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe includes an adaptation of Little Women and the three female characters in The Cunnning Mr Lingus. Sorcha has recently filmed Maeve for Grump Films and voiceover on Happy Go Hopscotch, a children’s animation pilot for Kinomind Films.
Aidan Casey- Traitors, Cads and Cowards
Aidan is a recent graduate of ALRA (Academy of Live & Recorded Arts). Aidan’s credits include ‘TEN’ (The Royal Court), ‘Is It Getting Cold in Here?’ (Theatre 503), ‘Friction’ (Documental Theatre) and ‘Macbeth’ (Four of Swords Theatre). Aidan’s family hail from Galway
Liam Clarke- Body and Blood. Jackals by Night. Crows by Day Originally from Dublin and an actor of many years’ experience, these are Liam’s first roles as he returns to the stage having taken a career break to raise a family. Prior to that Liam had many appearances on the London theatre scene (Royal Court, Soho Theatre etc.) before working with Jim Sheridan at the Project Centre in Dublin.
Helena Collins O’Connor- Women’s Lives
A relative newcomer to the profession, Helena has acted in several short films and theatre productions. An established dancer and singer, Helena has starred in several pantomimes and musicals. Helena’s has family roots in Ireland.
Pamela Flanagan – Jackals by Night. Crows by Day .Body and Blood
Dubliner Pamela graduated has toured extensively throughout the UK and Europe with various theatre productions including “Two”, “Dance Hall Days”, “Come on, Jeeves” and “The Playboy of the Western World”. Previous work with Green Curtain includes “Craic in the Crypt” and “Community Service”. Pamela’s has just finished touring Ireland playing the Provost in “Measure for Measure – Ireland 1916”.
Originally from Dublin, experienced actress Colette made her debut in the original productions of Hair and Grease before going on to work extensively in repertory and music hall. More recently she toured Ireland with the Godot Company playing Winnie in “Happy Days”. Other Beckett plays include ‘Play’ ‘Endgame”Rockabye’. ‘Love on the Dole’ and Sons of York’ at the Finborough.
Lauren McGarvey-Jackals by Night, Crows by Day
Originally from Bangor, Co. Down. Lauren is a regular on the London Fringe Theatre scene with performances for N16 Theatre, the Irish Repertory Theatre and the London Irish Rep Theatre. Amongst her more recent roles was her performance of Mags in Lovers by Brian Friel at the Bush theatre.
Lesley Molony- Women’s Lives
Lesley trained at Guildford school of acting after a career as a midwife and health visitor. Then had many years of experience in TV film and theatre (west end and fringe) Lesley took a career break and recently returned to acting. Lesley has family ties in Dublin and spent many happy summers in Howth.
Kieran Moriarty – Jackals by Night. Crows by Day and Just Above Dogs. 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”. He played the part of Cian in the original performance of Just Above Dogs, Bobba the Robba in “Craic in the Crypt” (Green Curtain Theatre).
Shane Noone – Traitors, Cads and Cowards Shane from Mayo is a graduate of the Drama Studio London. With numerous fringe theatre appearances to his credit, Shane was nominated for an ‘Off West End Award’ for best Best Male Actor in 2014
Orla Sanders- The Importance of Being Dubliner Orla has recently returned to the London Fringe with performances in ‘Toilet Party’ 2015 and ‘How to Make Money fro Art’ 2015. Orla also devises and produces work as co-founder of Underfoot Theatre including ‘Living between Lies’ (Stockholm Fringe Festival 2015, Festival 45 The Kings Head 2015 and Brighton Fringe 2016). She is currently working on a new show titled ‘Purged’
Mary Sheen- Women’s Lives Mary who always wanted to be an overnight star but could never get to bed early enough, was born an Irish Cockney and comes from a short line of singing bus drivers. A versatile character actress Mary has played leading roles in theatre and many character roles on Film and TV. Her awards include Actress of the Year for her roles in 84 Charing Cross Road and She Stoops To Conquer at the Derby Playhouse.
Thomas Walsh- Body and Blood
A native of Waterford City, Thomas graduated from drama school in Manchester and is now based in London. His theatre credits include: ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ (the “Dell” Stratford upon Avon), ‘Mary Stuart’ (Capitol Theatre Manchester) and ‘Road (Samuel Beckett Theatre Dublin), Craic in the Crypt for Green Curtain Theatre (Harrow Arts Centre).
Ben Waring – Traitors, Cads and Cowards
Benedict hails from East Anglia and spent his childhood playing music but has since trained and is now a professional actor. He is, appearing as Lord Kitchener in Symphony to a Lost Generation, a holographic film currently on tour. His grandmother was from Mayo.