Our mission is simple: to tell great stories well. We bring the best of Irish drama to the UK and beyond.
Artistic Director & Producer
Nick has been an actor for over 20 years and has worked extensively in theatre including The West End, Shakespeare's Globe and major UK Tours.
For Strange Fish: Quietly, The Turn of the Screw (Actor/Producer), The Match Box (Producer).
Productions include: Professor Bernhardi ([Foreign Affairs]/Exeter Barnfield Theatre), The Titanic Boys (Grand Opera House, Belfast), The Shadow of A Gunman (Tricycle), Antony & Cleopatra (Shakespeare's Globe), The Quare Fellow (Tricycle, UK tour), This Lime Tree Bower Belgrade Theatre, Coventry & Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh), The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Garrick Theatre), Macbeth (Kents Cavern & Poole's Cavern), When the Fallen Sang (Lightning Ensemble), Sommer 14, Over the Bridge (Finborough), Juno & the Paycock (Leicester Haymarket), Gym & Tonic (Hull Truck).
For Strange Fish: Quietly (Actor & Designer), The Turn of the Screw, The Match Box (Designer/Producer).
Paul trained with Ann Kavanagh in Dublin and at The Poor School in London. He has worked s an actor for more than 25 years. His Theatre work includes, The Lonesome West and Dancing at Lughnasa (New Vic, Stoke), Antony and Cleopatra, In Extremis, Othello, King Lear and The Frontline (Shakespeare's Globe). The Lieutenant of Inishmore (RSC at the Garrick), The Quare Fellow (Tricycle and UK Tour).
He was a founder member of Juno Theatre Company which toured extensively in the UK and Ireland.
For Strange Fish: Quietly (Actor/Producer), The Turn of the Screw (Movement Director), The Match Box (Producer).
Matt trained as an actor at the Samuel Beckett Centre in Dublin. Theatre includes: The Boy Soldier (Garter Lane, Waterford), The Dandy Dolls (Peacock, Dublin), The Quare Fellow (Tricycle, UK tour), You Never Can Tell (West End, UK tour) and Coriolanus (Shakespeare's Globe).
Matt co-founded and ran an Irish Arts collective in London called Seanchai Nua. In Waterford he co-founded and ran a theatre company for young audiences called Blank Page Theatre. Matt performs his own poetry at numerous spoken word events. He is also collaborating with Orla Fitzgerald on a one woman play called Daylight Walking.
For Strange Fish: Quietly, The Turn of the Screw, The Match Box (Director).
Directing credits include: House of America (Jack Studio), Detour (Royal Opera House), Poles for UKIP, Pop, Jenny, Jack & Jo, African Americana (Theatre 503), Kafka V Kafka , Ocean of Loneliness (Etcetera Theatre), Exponentially Worse (Southwark Playhouse), The Poet (Riverside Studios).
James previously worked extensively in theatre as an actor. He was nominated for an Ian Charleson Award for his performance in Henry IV whilst at the Royal Shakespeare Company.
For Strange Fish: The Match Box (Actor).
Angela trained as an actor at Central School of Speech & Drama and the Poor School, London. Over the years she has played a wide variety of roles in theatre, film, TV and radio.
Her theatre credits include: Brian Friel's The Faith Healer for New Perspectives ('Grace Hardy'); the Old Vic’s acclaimed production of Friel’s Dancing at Lughnasa (‘Kate Mundy’ and was understudy to Niamh Cusack and Michelle Fairley); the Scottish premiere of Conor McPherson's The Weir ('Valerie', Pitlochry Festival Theatre); and most recently Frank McGuinness's The Match Box - for which she received outstanding reviews for her portrayal of 'Sal'.