206 Members

Abbey Theatre

26 Lower Abbey Street Dublin 1 Ireland 01 878 7222
The Abbey Theatre creates world-class theatre that actively engages with and reflects Irish society, placing the writer and theatre artist at the heart of the organisation.

Visit Website →

access>CINEMA

Unit 3 Merchant's House 27-30 Merchants Quay Dublin 8 Ireland 01 679 4420
access>CINEMA is the resource organisation for regional cultural cinema exhibition in Ireland. Our core activity is booking and despatching films, on both 35mm and DVD on behalf of our member groups.

Visit Website →

Aisling Fitzgerald

Recently relocated to Tipperary, I work as a freelance Opera Producer and Production Stage Manager predominantly for the Cork Opera House and Wexford Festival Opera. In addition to my production work, I lead workshops and educational presentations to non-performance focussed music and theatre graduates to lend insight into career opportunities in pre-production and production. I have recently been appointed Producing mentor and facilitator for the MA in Arts Management and Creative Producing at UCC.

Áras Éanna

An Tuar Co na Gaillimhe Inis Oírr H91 H006 Ireland 099 35005
Áras Éanna was founded in 2000 and since then we have played host to national and international visual and conceptual artists, musicians, performers, actors and a range of festivals and workshops. We run an Artist in Residence programme that offers three studios and a self-contained apartment on site.

Visit Website →

An Grianán

Port Road Letterkenny Co Donegal Ireland 074 912 3288

An Taibhdhearc - Amharclann Náisiúnta na Gaeilge

19 An tSráid Láir Gaillimh Ireland 091 562024

An Táin Arts Centre

Crowe Street Dundalk Co Louth Ireland +353 42 9329281

Floating World Productions

I am a theatre artist with an MA in Directing, training at SITI Co and lecturer at UCD. Through my company Floating World I work with professional and community artists making the invisible ‘visible’ through human stories and innovative theatricality. I have created shows such as 'picturing the SOUL', and ‘Lunatic, There I Go’. ‘Life Memos’ was a collaboration with The Elders (commissioned by DLRCOCO), a group I work with consistently. We are Abbey Theatre community partners. My current focus is to collaborate with the natural world creating carbon neutral theatre

Visit Website →

Annette Nugent

Ann Russell

Actor, Director, Facilitator.

Visit Website →

Aoife Clarke

Stage Manager/ Actor

Aoife Granville

I am a traditional musician and singer as well as having worked in education but also work now as Manager of Ionad Cultúrtha in Baile Mhúirne, Cork which is an arts centre which focuses mostly (but not only) on traditional arts performance. we have an exhibition space and engage with artists in residence.

Visit Website →

Aoife Noone

Theatre Director and Actor

Then This Theatre

Theatre director, known for new work, classic texts, American plays.

Arts & Disability Ireland

Sean O'Casey Centre Dublin 3 Ireland 01 8509002
Arts & Disability Ireland (ADI) is the national development and resource organisation for arts and disability.

Visit Website →

axis - Arts and Community Resource Centre

Main Street Ballymun Dublin 9 Ireland 01 883 2100
axis is an arts centre & community resource centre based in Ballymun.

Visit Website →

Backstage Theatre

Farneyhoogan Longford Ireland 043 334 7889
Backstage Theatre, Longford, is a leading arts venue in the heart of the midlands, bringing you the very best in drama, music, dance and comedy.

Visit Website →

Ballina Arts Centre

Ballina Civic Offices Arran Place, Ballina Co Mayo Ireland 096 735 93
The development of Ballina Arts Centre, offers support to visual artists by the provision of a visual arts space, and a growing programme of artists' workshop and master-classes.

Visit Website →

Barnstorm Theatre Company

Church Lane Kilkenny Ireland 056 775 1266
Theatre company based in the medieval city of Kilkenny that performs children's, community, and youth theatre.

Visit Website →

Carlow Arts Festival

Old Dublin Rd, Graigue VISUAL R93A3K1 Carlow Ireland
Carlow Arts Festival is an annual multi-disciplinary arts festival which takes place in Carlow and is the first of the summer arts festivals in Ireland. Carlow Arts Festival is an annual multi-disciplinary arts festival which takes places in Carlow in June and is the first of the summer festivals in Ireland.

Visit Website →

Birr Theatre & Arts Centre

Oxmantown Hall Birr Co Offaly Ireland 057 912 2893
Offaly's centre for the arts.

Visit Website →

Blue Teapot

Munster Avenue Galway Ireland 091 520 977
Blue Teapot is a multi-award winning Theatre Company, Performing Arts School and Outreach programme for people with intellectual disabilities at the forefront of arts & disability in Ireland. We are committed to high quality theatre, training and the celebration of creativity.

Visit Website →

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

Grand Canal Square Docklands Dublin 2 Ireland 01 677 7999

Breda Cashe

Glenara, 19 Kincora Road Rd Clontarf Dublin 3 Ireland

TPJ Productions

Actor/Dancer. Hopefully am gonna put on shows in the future and contribute to the arts in Limerick and Dubin

Carla Rogers

Producer

Carol Rooney

Writer, director and drama facilitator

Ms

Actor

Catherine Young Dance

CATHERINE YOUNG DANCE ... To move and be moved. To create powerful, physical, primal, visceral human work that touches, goes deep, transcends. To show the human condition in all its shades through the physicality of the human body, its grit, edge, truth, honesty, beauty. To have an energetic exchange with an audience. To allow the audience space to feel, think, be. Sweaty, raw, hungry, percussive, pulsating work. Connecting the inside with the outside.

Visit Website →

Civic Theatre

Tallaght Dublin 24 Ireland 01 462 7460
The Civic Theatre - South Dublins Premier Venue for Drama, Comedy, Dance, Music & Opera.

Visit Website →

Claire O'Neill

Theatre manager and producer, currently working with THISISPOPBABAY part time as well as freelance.

Clare Barrett

I’m a free-lance artist/theatre maker working predominantly in theatre and film.

CN Smith

Writer & Director, primarily for theatre.

CoisCéim Dance Theatre

1st & 2nd Floor 14 Sackville Place Dublin 1 Ireland 01 878 0558

Colin Murphy

Playwright & producer

Colm O'Brien

Actor

Dublin City Council Culture Company

14 Henrietta Street Dublin Ireland 015240346
Established in March 2018 Dublin City Council Culture Company runs cultural initiatives and buildings in the city and is involved in the implementation of the Dublin City Cultural Strategy. Collaborating with citizens, communities, cultural organisations, businesses, and Dublin City Council itself, the company’s work is focused on embedding cultural experiences and increasing cultural participation throughout Dublin’s neighbourhoods. A sustainable city is based upon the foundations of, and interactions between, economic development, environmental sustainability, social inclusion and culture. This new company signals the central role that culture plays in the daily lives of all who work, live in, or visit Dublin.

Visit Website →

Conor Hackett

I'm an actor currently producing a number of one-act-plays in Smock Alley (June '20) and Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf (early stages of production)

Visit Website →

Conor O'Malley

Cork Midsummer Festival

Civic Trust House 50 Popes Quay Cork Ireland 021 421 5131
Cork Midsummer Festival is an annual city-wide summer celebration of contemporary arts and culture, combining local, national and international events to deliver unique experiences that appeal to everyone. Experience unusual things in unusual places with theatre, off-site performances, contemporary and popular music, participatory projects, mass free events, a family programme, dance, debate, ideas, visual and conceptual art.

Visit Website →

Cork Opera House

Emmet Place Cork Ireland 021 427 4308
Cork Opera House seeks to serve its city and surrounding region as a municipal theatre, offering its audiences a world class programme of events across all disciplines in the performing arts.

Visit Website →

Crash Ensemble

National Concert Hall Dublin 2 D02N527 Dublin 0878538194

Dan Colley

Director, writer, dramaturg and facilitator.

Visit Website →

Dance Ireland

Dance House Dublin 1 Ireland 01 855 8800
Dance Ireland is the national resource and service organisation dedicated to developing programmes & supports for the needs of the professional dance artist in Ireland while increasing public interest & involvement in dance.

Visit Website →

Dance Theatre of Ireland

Bloomfield Centre, Lower Georges Street Dun Laoghaire Co Dublin Ireland 01 280 3455
A professional Contemporary dance Company creating multidisciplinary work for Theatre and Festivals directed by Robert Connor/Loretta Yurick. Dance Theatre of Ireland tour nationally and internationally and conduct extensive educational/outreach activities nationwide. They are based in a purpose-built Centre for Dance in Dun Laoghaire where they offer a wide-ranging programme of participatory dance classes to the public and also support the work of the Dublin Youth Dance Company

Visit Website →

Darren Kelleher

Film & Theatrical production

Visit Website →

Darren Yorke

Darren enjoys a rich interdisciplinary arts practice with a strong focus on improvisational theatre, or “Impro”, and theatre for young audiences. He also plays a few instruments and makes music. Hailing from Longford, he holds a BA in Drama & Theatre Studies from Trinity College Dublin and is currently an Arts Council funded YPCE Artist in Residence at Marino Institute of Education.

Visit Website →

Bewley's Cafe Theatre

30-31 Wicklow St Dublin 2 Ireland 0876299462
Lunchtime Theatre Venue - a leading presenter of new dramatic writing in Irish Theatre. We aim to be a vital cog in the creation and revival of new plays in Ireland and to be a stepping stone to larger stages.

Visit Website →

Dean Crowe Theatre & Arts Centre

Chapel Street Co. Westmeath Ireland 09064 92129
The theatre provides an entertaining and varied programme of events throughout the year including drama, comedy, musicals, music, opera, dance, art exhibitions, children's events and much much more.

Visit Website →

Declan Gorman

Freelance writer, director and performer. Formerly Artistic Director of Upstate Theatre Project, Theatre Director at City Arts Centre and co-founder/performer with Co-Motion Theatre Company. Author/performer of 'The Dubliners Dilemma' based on James Joyce's 'Dubliners' currently (2014/15) touring.

Visit Website →

Independant Dance Artist

I am currently working as a Dance Artist in Residence at Garter Lane Arts Centre, Waterford since 2017. I work in the medium of Contemporary Dance and make dance performance projects, professional development initiatives for dance artists, mentor and run several dance in health workshops and classes, through out south east of Ireland.

Creative Strategic Solutions

Independent consultant, specialising in strategic planning and Organisational Development in arts, culture, community and voluntary organisations.

Visit Website →

Freelancer

Playwright, director and designer who makes work for all ages.

Visit Website →

VISUAL Carlow

Old Dublin Rd. R93 A3K1 Ireland 059 9172497
VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art remains one of Ireland’s leading contemporary art spaces, an iconic civic arts centre in Carlow Town. Through art VISUAL finds ways to explore the world, creating experiences which enrich, inspire and improve the everyday. VISUAL holds dignity, inclusion and creativity as its core values. This arts centre is guided by a strategic plan 2017 - 2021 and works to: - Develop audiences through inspiring, innovative and relevant artistic and engagement programmes based on excellence. - Create value with and for many communities of interest by realising the transformative benefits of the arts. - Contribute meaningfully to and develop the long term sustainability of the cultural sector.

Visit Website →

Marianne Kennedy

Lecturer Drama and Theatre Studies, NUIGalway, Theatre Producer, Theatre Director

Droichead Arts Centre

Stockwell Street Drogheda Co Louth Ireland 041 983 3946
Centre for the Arts in Drogheda and the North-east Region, gallery and venue for theatre, film, exhibitions and events.

Visit Website →

Druid Theatre Company

Flood Street Galway Ireland 091 568 660
Award-winning theatre company based in Galway City in the West of Ireland.

Visit Website →

Dublin City Council

The Lab Foley Street Dublin 1 Ireland 01 222 5455

Dublin Dance Festival

12 East Essex Street Dublin 2 Ireland
The Dublin Dance Festival is a celebration of international dance, the only festival solely dedicated to promoting contemporary dance in Ireland.

Visit Website →

Dublin Fringe Festival

Sycamore Building, Sycamore Street Temple Bar Dublin 2 Ireland 01 670 6106
16 day festival of Theatre, Comedy, Music, Dance & Spectacle in Dublin.

Visit Website →

Dublin Theatre Festival

12 East Essex Street Dublin 2 Ireland 01 677 8439
Dublin Theatre Festival is Europe's oldest specialist theatre festival and has been on the world's Festival calendar since 1957! The Festival stages major international theatre of scale, and has hosted productions by the world's most highly regarded artists, while also premiering work by the giants of Irish theatre.

Visit Website →

Dublin Youth Theatre

23 Upper Gardiner Street Dublin 1 Ireland 01 874 3687
Dublin Youth Theatre offers quality arts experiences for young people aged 14 - 22 who live in the Dublin area and is open to all young people regardless of nationality, faith, race or financial circumstances.

Visit Website →

Dunamaise Arts Centre

Church Street Portlaoise Co Laois Ireland 057 866 3355

Dylan Tighe

Writer-Director and Actor.

Ealaín na Gaeltachta

Udaras na Gaeltachta An Daingean Ireland

Earagail Arts Festival

2C Riverside Retail Park Neil T Blaney Rd, Letterkenny Co Donegal Ireland 074 916 8800
The Earagail Arts Festival brings music, theatre and performance to beaches, forests, country retreats and villages all over North and West Donegal. The Festival normally takes place over a 2 week period each July.

Visit Website →

Eimear Cheasty

I am an arts manager and producer with a particular interest in developing work for young audiences.

Eleanor Walsh

I'm a theatremaker and disability advocate, promoting and facilitating relaxed performance for neurodivergent audiences.

Ella Daly

Producer and theatre maker.

Ella Skolimowski

I am an emerging theatre maker

Visit Website →

United Fall

Teach Aine Milltown, Kilbride County Carlow Ireland
Dance Company led by Emma Martin

Visit Website →

Eoghan Carrick

AerachAiteachGaelach

c/o Eoin Mc Evoy, 3 Crosbie House Northbrook Avenue, Ranelagh, D6 D06FX76 Ireland +353860876696
AerachAiteachGaelach is an Irish-language collective for LGBTQ+ artists. We support our artists by providing them with a network, by building an audience for them and by staging and publishing their work.

Visit Website →

Eoin O'Donovan

Individual playwright, theatre maker, & actor.

Visit Website →

Eoin O'Sullivan

Fergus Foran

Fidget Feet Aerial Dance

Newtown Caherconlish Co Limerick Ireland 087 988 7530
Invoke the imagination, provoke the senses, and evoke the emotions.

Visit Website →

field:arts

Festival House, 12 Essex St E Temple Bar D02 EH42 Ireland 0857119993
field:arts is a cohort of Artists and Creative Producers. A new Creative Production Supports initiative supported by the Arts Council that will cultivate growth, sustainability and ambition across the independent contemporary arts sector in Ireland by prioritising the fundamental relationship between the Artist and Creative Producer. field:arts aims to enable companies, artists and producers to realise ambitious projects of scale, excellence and ambition; bolstering the alchemy of process, ideas, partnership and collaboration required to engage audiences in meaningful ways. field:arts is committed to establishing interdisciplinary and diverse pathways for emerging practice and practitioners; to grow new producers and artists across the sector. Central to all our activities are critical questions of who is making work, how they are being supported and what do we need to do to ensure the future of contemporary arts practice in Ireland continues to grow in diverse and equitable ways.

Visit Website →

Fiona Fearon

Select Year Of Birth

Stage Manager and Production Manager

Fishamble Theatre Company

3 Great Denmark Street Dublin 1 Ireland 01 670 4018

Freda Manweiler

Gaiety Theatre

South King Street Dublin 2 Ireland 01 679 5622

Galway International Arts Festival

Black Box Dyke Road Galway Ireland 091 509 700
Celebrating artistic innovation and excellence from around the world.

Visit Website →

Garter Lane Arts Centre

22a O'Connell Street Waterford Ireland 051 877 153
Established in 1984, Garter Lane Arts Centre is a multi-disciplinary arts centre with a year-round programme in theatre, film, music, dance, literature, comedy, visual and children's arts based in Waterford city. Funded by the Arts Council, Waterford City Council and the Department of Social Protection, the arts centre contains a recently refurbished 160 theatre, gallery, Bausch & Lomb dance studio, children's room, artists' studios and offices.

Visit Website →

Gate Theatre

Cavendish Row Parnell Square Dublin 1 Ireland 01 874 4368

Gemma Gallagher

Freelance Theatre maker, devisor of work often responding to real life experience. Founder Shadowbox and Theatre In the Raw

Visit Website →

Gene Rooney

Actor

Gerry Herbert

Glens Centre

New Line Manorhamilton Co Leitrim Ireland 071 985 6788
The Glens Centre is a gorgeously intimate venue housed in a converted church. The performance space seats up to 140, has excellent natural acoustics.

Visit Website →

Glór

Causeway Link Ennis Co Clare Ireland 065 684 5370
Glór Theatre, is the West Coast of Ireland's premier event venue for drama, film, music, comedy, musicals, exhibitions art workshops and more.

Visit Website →

Graffiti Theatre Company

Assumption Road Blackpool Cork Ireland 021 439 7111
A unique brand of drama and theatre work for young people.

Visit Website →

CUE LLP

Independent Producer and Consultant with particular expertise in producing and managing Dance and Contemporary Performance for both traditional and non-traditional spaces; organisational development and business planning.

Hawk's Well Theatre

Temple Street Sligo Ireland 071 916 1526
The Hawk's Well Theatre in Sligo host a diverse programme of arts and entertainments.

Visit Website →

South Tipperary Arts Centre

Nelson Street Clonmel E91W658 Ireland 052 61 27877
STAC's vision is to be a centre of excellence for the arts in Tipperary (and beyond), bringing the best of Irish and internationally renowned arts practices to Clonmel, enhancing engagement and opportunities for arts practitioners and audiences in the region. As well as presenting a range of visual arts exhibitions in our gallery space, we also host events such as music, performance, poetry readings and dance. Outreach and education work is integral to our success, with one of our key objectives being to engage with a wide and varied range of audiences. Our studio is used for short term exhibitions & screenings, as well as for a variety of classes and workshops. It is also a rehearsal space for theatre, dance, music, and is available for meetings and seminars. ‍As an addition to South Tipperary Arts Centre, STAC Chapel, will allow an expansion of the range of arts programming we can offer audiences. Located on the new Kickham Plaza, in the former Barracks Chapel, STAC Chapel is a multi-use space which will host a diversity of practices and events across visual arts, film, music, dance, theatre among others as well as being a site for experimentation and development through residencies, talks and workshops.

Visit Website →

Helium

22 Pearse Street Mullingar Co Westmeath Ireland + 353 (0) 44 93 96 960

Irish National Opera

69 Dame Street Dublin 2 Ireland

Irish Street Arts, Circus & Spectacle Network

C/O Irish Theatre Institute Dublin 2 Ireland 00353 87 0541812
The Irish Street Arts, Circus & Spectacle Network is Ireland's leading support & advocacy organisation for the development of these art forms. Our members are people who actively support, create & encourage the development of Street Arts, Circus & Spectacle arts for & by Irish artists. ISACS are also members of the Independent Street Arts Network UK & the EU network-Circostrada. ISACS are partnered with the MA in Festive Arts at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick.

Visit Website →

Irish Theatre Institute

17 Eustace Street Dublin 2 Ireland 01 670 4906

James O’Donnell

I am a London theatre director now based in Ireland. I have been a director 2012 and before this I was a jobbing actor.

Visit Website →

Jenni Nikinmaa

I'm a poet and a playwright

Visit Website →

Jill Murray

Independent dance and theatre producer based in Galway

N/A

Freelance actor and director

Jools Gilson

Juley-Ann Collins

An arts and project manager with over 10 years-experience in communications, arts and culture sector. Skills include event management, people management, administration, written and verbal communications, PR, marketing, Social Media, logistics, coordination, financial management and funding applications. Experience working on festivals, events, national tours, national and international projects, including Creative Europe funded projects and networking. Experienced working with various stakeholders including local authorities, funders and venues. Inclusion and access to arts and culture for all is important to me and fuels my work to date.

Visit Website →

Polish Arts Festival

I'm a theatre practitioner, an actress of Nameless one person show

Visit Website →

Lundstrom Arts Management

Lundström Arts Management is a small but very active classical music agency, based in Ireland and operating internationally. The agency works with a roster of exceptionally talented artists and ensembles and is also active in project and tour management.

Visit Website →

Kathleen Doherty

Dance and aerial artist, working primarily with solo shows and and freelance for various organisations.

Visit Website →

Katrina Foley

Freelance theatre director and performer with an interest in dramaturgy and the development of new plays.

Kerrie O'Reilly

Lead a Performing Arts programme for young people age 12-18, includes Drama, Dance and Music. We collaborate with numerous teachers/artists.

Kilkenny Arts Festival

11 Patrick's Court Patrick Street Kilkenny Ireland 056 776 3663
Kilkenny Arts Festival is Ireland's oldest arts Festival celebrating 40 years in 2013.The Festival presents exciting events across a number of art forms including literature,visual arts, music, theatre, spectacle, craft & family. It showcases some of the biggest names in the arts from both Ireland & around the world welcoming 28,000 people to Kilkenny annually

Visit Website →

Landmark Productions

75 Bath Avenue Dublin 4 Ireland 01 667 4684
Landmark Productions is one of Ireland's leading theatre producers.

Visit Website →

Dance Cork Firkin Crane

Shandon Cork Ireland 021 450 7487
Located in a heritage building in Shandon, Cork’s north city centre, DANCE CORK FIRKIN CRANE specialises in supporting dance artists, presenting dance performances and encouraging people in Cork to engage with dance of all kinds.

Visit Website →

Casey Hallahan

Drama Facilitator and Teacher with more than a decade of experience in theatre

Visit Website →

Lime Tree Theatre

Mary Immaculate College Limerick Ireland 061 953400

Lisa Mahony

Freelance Production Manager working in theatre and dance.

Liz Roche Company

69 Dame Street Dublin 1 Ireland 01 6708326

Louth County Council

Arts Office, Mid Louth Civic Services Centre Fairgreen, Ardee Co Louth Ireland 042 933 5457

Luka Costello

I work as a performer and theatremaker with a focus on devising.

Macnas

Fisheries Field Galway Ireland 091 568 896

Maeve Butler

The Gaiety School of Acting

West Essex Street Temple Bar Dublin Ireland 016799277
The Gaiety School of Acting – The National Theatre School of Ireland is a Not for Profit organisation founded in 1986 by the internationally renowned theatre director Joe Dowling, in response to the lack of full time actor training programmes in Ireland at that time. The School is now widely regarded as the country’s premier training facility for actors. Our policy is to train actors for theatre, film and television. The School has a broad offering; ranging from its two-year full time intensive actor training, adult One Year Part Time training, adult 10 week courses, weekend workshops to its successful Young Gaiety Drama classes for under 18s. The School also hosts a range of courses for international students delivered both in conjunction with US partner organisations and available for solo applicants. Its broad community and outreach scheme includes a highly successful Shakespeare in Schools programme for Leaving Cert students. In addition, the School provides a robust Corporate training facility with programmes specialising in Communication Skills, Leadership, Team Building and Brand Management.

Visit Website →

Maisie Lee

n/a

Freelance set and costume designer and part time design teacher

Visit Website →

Maria Tivnan

I am a theatre artist and street performer, I work with Macnas as the youth theatre director, with Fregoli Theatre and as an independent artist.

Visit Website →

Marie Kelly

Martin Murphy

A Dramatic Improvement

I’m a writer and storyteller who has started to perform her stories in a one woman play, Making A Show of Myself

Visit Website →

ANU

17 Eustace Street, Temple Bar Dublin 7 Ireland 0868117772
We are devoted to an interdisciplinary approach to performance / installation that cross-pollinates visual art, dance and theatre in an intensely collaborative way. We create works of art that continually push the boundaries and conventions of performance and installation. We aim to present unconventional work, concentrating on creating innovative exchanges with audiences.

Visit Website →

Once Off Productions

Finisk Lodge Cappoquin Co Waterford, P51 H1F2
Once Off Productions is an independent producing platform established in 2004 by Maura O’Keeffe to provide creative and flexible producing supports for independent performing artists.

Visit Website →

Maura O'Keeffe

Max Hafler

A theatre teacher of Voice, Chekhov technique , Ensemble and Shakespeare , working at various institutions including NUI Galway and Chekhov training and Performance Ireland for courses in the Michael Chekhov Acting Technique. I am also a theatre director specialising in world classics. i direct through CTPI and have directed many student and youth theatre productions. I am the author of TEACHING VOICE published by Nick Hern Books in 2016 for facilitators and teachers.

Visit Website →

Mermaid Arts Centre

Main Street Bray Co Wicklow Ireland 01 272 4030

Michael McCabe

Micheal McCabe

Michelle Read

Writer / Performer, Theatre-maker, Dramaturg, Facilitator & Educator.

Briery Gap Cultural Centre CLG

C\O Deasys Pharmacy Main Street, Macroom Cork Ireland 0894020415
Briery Gap is a Theatre\Cinema Cultural Centre

Visit Website →

dlr Mill Theatre

Dundrum Town Centre Dublin 16 Ireland 01 296 9340
dlr Mill Theatre was born in 2006 out of a shared passion for theatre, music and the arts. The vision, energy and creativity that were the catalysts then still inspire.

Visit Website →

The GAFF

c/o Umbrella Project 78 O Connell St. Limerick Limerick 0876047262
We are a community fosused arts entity in Limerick City with some activity in surrounding counties. We connect artists with communities and offer production supports and resources to the performing arts.

Visit Website →

Moonfish Theatre

3 Lower Canal Road, Galway Ireland +353 (0)85 165 6173

Music for Galway

NUI Galway, Riverside Terrapin, Distillery Road Lower Newcastle Galway Ireland 091 705 962

Nenagh Arts Centre

Town Hall, Banba Square Nenagh Co Tipperary Ireland 067 34400
Nenagh Arts Centre is committed to presenting a dynamic and ambitious multi-disciplinary programme of events that creates and develops audiences for the arts and contributes to local arts development in Nenagh and its environs.

Visit Website →

Nora Lester

Theatre maker, performer, director.

Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival

Digal Hub Dublin 8 Ireland 01 687 7974
DIFF curates and presents the best in emerging International and Irish film and moving image culture for a wide audience through its flagship annual festival, along with a range of year-round events. DIFF aims to offer memorable experiences through audience interaction and engagement with filmmakers, actors and industry professionals, along with informed debate about the future of film as an art form

Visit Website →

Orlaith Treacy

I'm a creative producer. I work with artists, arts organisations and theatre makers to engage rural communities in creative activities and events.

Visit Website →

Paul Curley

Theatre for Young Audiences

Paula Greevy-Lee

Freelance Actor & Writer

Runnaway Productions

37 beechlawns Dublin rd Mullingar Ireland 0876765321
We are a newly formed theatre company, preparing at the moment to stage our first play.

Visit Website →

Pauline O'Driscoll

Peter Daly

Actor, writer & director. Chartered accountant.

Peter McDermott

I am freelance theatre director working in Ireland since 1992. I have directed theatre in Project Arts Centre, Samuel Beckett Theatre, Smock Alley Theatre, National Concert Hall and Bewley's Cafe Theatre.

Peter O'Byrne

I am an actor, improviser, voice over artist, drama facilitator and improvisation and presentation skills coach.

Visit Website →

Leitrim County Council Art Office

Aras an Chontae Co Leitrim Carrick on Shannon Ireland
Leitrim County Council Arts Office provides information, advice and assistance to a wide range of clients. These include artists, arts groups, arts festivals and events organisers, venues, amateur and community arts groups, schools, organisations incorporating arts projects in non-arts settings, and other local and national public bodies. It develops and co-ordinates a number of programmes independently and in association with these partners. The Arts Office also develops policies in relation to various aspects of the arts. The Local Authority Arts Service assists communities to become involved in the arts both as participants and audiences, for children and young people to explore and engage with creative opportunities and to empower artists to fulfil their potential.

Visit Website →

Chaos Factory

Creative Producer of Chaos Factory

Riverbank Arts Centre

Main St. Co Kildare Ireland 045448327
Riverbank Arts Centre is a vibrant multi-disciplinary arts venue, with a visual arts gallery and dedicated children's arts space. Conveniently located in the heart of Newbridge town, just off the M7 motorway and only 40 minutes from Dublin, Riverbank is a lively and vibrant centre catering for a broad range of ages and interests.

Visit Website →

Roderick Ford

Rough Magic Theatre Company

12 Parliament Street D02 HV05 Ireland 01 671 9278
Rough Magic has built an organisation characterised by continual regeneration. Its adherence to artistic excellence, pluralism, and an egalitarian approach to the creative ensemble, has delivered over 130 productions 60 of which were Irish premieres, the debuts of many theatre-makers, and the pioneering SEEDS programme. Our policy has three strands: commissioning new Irish work, presenting the best of contemporary international writing and innovative productions from the classical repertoire.

Visit Website →

Sadhbh Barrett Coakley

Free-lance producer, stage manager and actor. Co-artistic director of ALSA Productions.

Sally Stevens

Director and tutor in Drama at UCD

Sarah Baxter

Sarah is a freelance theatre and opera director and dramaturg. She has worked regularly with Irish National Opera, Druid Theatre, White Label, Devious Theatre and more.

Visit Website →

Sarah Durcan

Seamus Ennis Cultural Centre

Naul Co Dublin Ireland 01 802 0898

Esker Arts

High St Tullamore Ireland
Esker Arts is anew multidisciplinary arts centre in Tullamore, Co. Offaly. The centre is due to open in April of 2023 and is intended to be a key resource for the development of the arts in the region, nationally and internationally. The centre comprises performance spaces, gallery spaces, workshop and artists’ studios as well as a coffee shop and theatre bar. The venue will present a year-round programme of arts events and activities, including theatre, music, dance, film and local arts, as well as literary and community arts.

Visit Website →

Selma Lopes

Selma Daniel is an Associate Dance Artist with Solstice Arts Centre, with over 20 years’ experience in dance performance, choreography and education. As a choreographer Selma has toured her work nationally and internationally and produced short dance films which have been screened as part of Light Moves Festival of Screendance and Dunamaise Dance Platform. In 2022 Selma will choreograph for the new work of Traditional Theatre/Music Company for young audience Ceol Connected. Selma’s recent productions include: Paper Plane (Oct 2021 premiere), about family diversity for young audiences supported by the Arts Council of Ireland's YPCE Project Award 2020 and OutWall (Sept 2021 premiere), a dance piece for public spaces that investigates self-isolation and architecture. OutWall premiered as part of Culture Night, presented by Meath County Council Arts Office under the Local Live Performance Scheme in association with Solstice Arts Centre. In 2019 Selma founded LittleLion Dance Theatre company which produced a Dance Theatre show (A-do-le-TA!) for young audiences supported by the Arts Council Project Award 2019. AdoleTA! was further developed for a screen format and toured in Shanghai International Children's Festival, China in 2021 as well as in Festivals and schools around Ireland. This tour was a co-production with Solstice and funded by Culture Ireland. 2013 Selma had performed her solo ‘Inside Things’ at, Creating Spaces (Dance Theatre of Ireland), New Movements (Dance Ireland), Fusion Platform, (Imagine Festival, Waterford, Ireland), Mamuska night (I.F. O.N.L.Y. Festival) and An Damhsa: Laois Dance Platform. In 2010, Selma was commissioned by Maximum Exposure Festival, to create a site specific dance solo named ‘A Toast’. As performer/collaborator Selma performed Myriad Dance Company’s piece named ‘PolkaDot’ and ‘Project 101’. ‘PolkaDot’ which was a Dance work created for young audience was toured in schools and Theaters around Co. Wexford and Co. Wicklow and Midlands; ‘Scape from the Dead Zoo', Choreographer Monika Biernak, Directed by Fionn Kdney & Caroline, costumes created by Ger Clancy. This was a Site-Specific family show performed as part of ABSOLUT Fringe 2010, Dublin Ireland, among others works from Brazilian’s dance companies, where she toured extensively in Japan, Europe and South America. As a performer, Selma has performed her solo Inside Things for Creating Spaces (Dance Theatre of Ireland), New Movements (Dance Ireland), Fusion Platform, (Imagine Festival, Waterford, Ireland), Mamuska night (I.F. O.N.L.Y. Festival) and An Damhsa: Laois Dance Platform. In 2010, Selma was commissioned by Maximum Exposure Festival, to create a site specific dance solo named ‘A Toast’. Selma’s performer/collaborations credits include PolkaDot and Project 101 with Myriad Dance Company for young audiences which toured in schools and theaters around Co. Wexford and Co. Wicklow and Midlands; Scape from the Dead Zoo choreographed by Monika Biernak as part of ABSOLUT Fringe 2010. Selma holds an MA in Contemporary Dance Performance from University of Limerick. As an educator, Selma has been developing workshops specially tailored for families and children of all ages and for child care facilitators. She has facilitated dance workshops for Cruinniú na nÓg, Kaleidoskope Family Festival, The Ark, Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board|Station Road, Solstice Artes Centre and preschools around Kildare, Meath and Dublin areas. Selma is also part of the Brazilian Mother's association in Ireland (AMBI) and is involved in various events with them, hosting Afro-Brazilian Dance Workshops for children. AMBI in partnership with the Department of Justice and Equality, had created the project 'Brazil in Your School', it is a series of workshops that take place in Dublin schools to promote Brazilian culture and also intercultural relations through art and sports.

Visit Website →

Shane Holohan

Director, choreographer, conceptor. Using circus as a platform to explore artistic discipline collaboration - fusion - integration. Also Director of Taking Flight: education & performance Ltd.

Opera Workshop

46 Old Park Road, Corbally Limerick Ireland 0873395460
Opera Workshop is a Mid West based opera production company

Visit Website →

Siamsa Tíre

Town Park Tralee Co Kerry Ireland
Siamsa Tíre, celebrating culture – Home to the National Folk Theatre of Ireland.

Visit Website →

Sinéad Bolger

Theatre Artist/Theatre-maker with a focus on drama facilitation with community groups, community arts worker and some production work

UCC

I am a student of Arts Management & Creative Producing in UCC

Sinead McPhillips

Arts Communications Consultant.

Sinéad O'Donnell-Carey

Theatre maker (director and designer), Drama Facilitator

Visit Website →

O'Doherty Communications

Arts and entertainment PR

Visit Website →

Gate Theatre

Head of Audience and Media at the Gate Theatre

Visit Website →

Susan Collins

Theatrical lighting designer and technician

Tara Breathnach

Galway Arts Centre

47 Dominick Street Lower Galway H91 X0AP Ireland +35391565886
Galway Arts Centre has been at the centre of the arts and cultural development in Galway City and County since 1982. The gallery at 47 Dominick Street has acted as the de facto municipal gallery for over 30 years and Galway Arts Centre at Nuns Island is a performance space currently undergoing refurbishment. Galway Arts Centre has been the nurturing seed bed for the origination and growth of some of Galway’s most important cultural interventions including Cúirt International Festival of Literature, Galway Youth Theatre, Red Bird Youth Collective, TULCA Festival of Visual Art and Galway Theatre Festival.

Visit Website →

Draíocht

Blanchardstown Centre Dublin 15 Ireland 01 885 2610
A centre for the arts and entertainment in the heart of Blanchardstown.

Visit Website →

The Ark, Cultural Centre for Children

Eustace Street Dublin 2 Ireland 01 670 7788
The Ark is a unique, purpose-built cultural centre in the heart of Dublin's Temple Bar, where children aged 2 -12 can explore theatre, music, literature, art, film, dance and more. Our programme of world class performances, exhibitions and creative workshops changes every few weeks, so expect a different experience every visit!

Visit Website →

The Complex

15 Little Green Street Dublin 7 Ireland
The Complex is a multi-disciplinary arts movement, located in the heart of Dublin’s northwest inner city.

Visit Website →

The Dock

St Georges Tce Co Leitrim Ireland 071 965 0828

The Everyman

15 MacCurtain Street Cork Ireland 021 450 1673

The Lir

National Academy of Dramatic Art, Trinity Technology & Enterprise Campus Dublin 2 Ireland + 353 (0)1 896 2559
The Lir is the National Academy of Dramatic Art at Trinity College Dublin. Its aim is to train young actors, designers, directors, playwrights, stage managers and theatre technicians to the highest international standards for careers in the theatre and allied professions.

Visit Website →

The New Theatre

43 East Essex Street D02 XH96 Ireland 01 670 3361
The New Theatre is a unique producing venue, with a full Dramaturgical and creative team whose purpose is to continually nurture, develop and stage high standard and affordable new plays. We are supported by The Arts Council, DCC UNESCO & Friends of TNT.

Visit Website →

The Ramor Theatre

Virginia Co Cavan Ireland 049 8547074

Theatre Lovett

60 Kickham Rd Dublin 8 Ireland
Theatre Lovett produce work for young and old. Since our foundation in 2010 we have had four Dublin Theatre Festival premieres and have toured extensively both nationally and internationally. 2016 touring includes The Kennedy Centre and The Wallis Annenberg Centre, LA. Recent productions: The True Story of Hansel and Gretel (DTF 2015); Mr. Foley, The Radio Operator; A Feast of Bones (DTF 2013); The Girl who Forgot to Sing Badly (The Ark/Theatre Lovett).

Visit Website →

Theatre Royal

The Mall Waterford Ireland 051 853 626

Tom Doyle

Freelance musical director and pianist with interest in musical drama and theatrical productions.

Visit Website →

Tim Leech-Cleary

I work mainly in theatre, film, and photography. I address issues around post colonialism, oppression, and socialism. I want to make art to shake up the world.

Visit Website →

Tipperary County Council

Civic Offices, Limerick Road Nenagh Co Tipperary Ireland 0761 06 5000

Tom Creed

Freelance theatre and opera director, curator and consultant.

Visit Website →

Town Hall Theatre

Courthouse Square Galway Ireland 091-569777

Triona Ni Dhuibhir

Tríona Ní Dhuibhir is an Arts Consultant, a singer/songwriter and an Irish Language storyteller. As an Arts Consultant, she specialises in support to arts organisations through team and board facilitation, in strategic planning and on financial systems. She provides support to individual artists as producing consultant and on funding applications. Tríona developed and honed these skills in her previous roles as General Manager of Dublin Theatre Festival (2007 – 2018), General Manager and Producer at Barabbas Theatre Company (2002 – 2007) and Production Coordinator then Production Director of Daghdha Dance Company (1999 – 2002). Current clients include Pan Pan Theatre Company, First Fortnight, Dublin Youth Dance Company, Pavilion Theatre and individual theatre artists.

Visit Website →

Triskel Arts Centre

Tobin Street Cork Ireland 021 427 2022
Serving as a stage for international, national and local artists of the highest calibre Triskel Christchurch is Cork's leading multi-disciplinary arts venue. Set against the backdrop of a stunningly restored neo-classical Georgian church we stage a range of genre including live music, cultural cinema, visual art and literary events.

Visit Website →

Uilinn West Cork Arts Centre

North Steet Skibereen Co Cork Ireland

University Concert Hall

Foundation Building, University of Limerick, Limerick V94 PX58 Limerick 061213311

Veronica Coburn

Vivian Brodie

I am a contemporary dance choreographer and director

Visit Website →

Vlad Gurdis

I'm a Theatre-maker from Tallaght, currently Artistic Director of Freshly Ground Theatre (Ensemble in Residence at Civic Theatre). Just completed a Masters in Theatre Practice from UCD/Gaiety School of Acting. Involved in devising, facilitating, directing, performing and stage-management.

Waterford Youth Arts

Watergate Theatre

Parliament Street Kilkenny Ireland 056 776 1674

West Cork Music

13 Glengarrif Road Bantry Co Cork Ireland 027 52788
West Cork Music was established in 1995 and has grown from a small voluntary organisation to a company which is dedicated to bringing the highest calibre of musical & literary experience to Ireland. We run three festivals annually: West Cork Chamber Music Festival 29 June - 8 July; West Cork Literary Festival 13 - 20 July; & Masters of Tradition 22 - 26 August.

Visit Website →

Wexford Arts Centre

Cornmarket Wexford Ireland 053 912 3764
Inspiring Creativity in the community Arts for All, Arts For life. Wexford Arts Centre is the oldest operating regional arts centre since 1978. It delivers a vibrant contemporary arts programme with emphasis on participation and education in visual arts, theatre, music, dance and literature. It receives incoming productions as well as produce productions.

Visit Website →

Wexford Festival Opera

Wexford Opera House High Street Wexford Ireland 053 912 2144
Wexford Opera House is Ireland's first custom-built, multi-purpose Opera House, offering two diverse performance spaces, The O' Reilly Theatre and The Jerome Hynes Theatre.

Visit Website →

Will O'Connell

Youth Theatre Ireland

7 North Great George's Street Dublin 1 Ireland 01 878 1301
Youth Theatre Ireland is the national development organisation for youth theatre.

Visit Website →

University College Cork - Department of Theatre

1 Muskerry Villas Lancaster Quay Cork T12 AW97 Ireland 021 241 4339
We are Ireland's 'Theatre +' interdisciplinary theatre department, fostering how theatre itself, and theatre combined with other forms, open up new possibilities for thinking and doing on and off stage.

Visit Website →

RSVP (Red Sandstone Varied Productions)

Yvonne Coughlan MA Theatre-Drama, is from Kinsale, Co. Cork. A writer, director, producer and performer, she founded RSVP (Red Sandstone Varied Productions) in 2006. She has worked as a film and theatre director in Ireland, Scotland, Australia and Greece. In film she has worked as a line producer and casting director of short film, produced music videos, produced and directed musical theatre , dance theatre and community events. Yvonne is the Cork South West co-ordinator for the National Campaign for the Arts; a member of the board of directors at Firkin Crane, Cork; and Creative Producer with InFlightflix-Aer Lingus Inflight video guide.

Visit Website →