Upcoming Shows:

Così Fan Tutte by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at Opera Holland Park May 2017:

Tosca by Giacomo Puccini directed by Greg Eldridge at Harpa Reykjavik for Icelandic Opera October 2017:

Eyes Closed Ears Covered by Alex Gwyther directed by Derek Anderson at The Bunker theatre September 2017:

Zazà by Ruggero Leoncavello directed by Marie Lambert at Opera Holland Park July 2017:

Sinners by Marie Jones directed by Mick Gordon at the Lyric Belfast May 2017:

Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris by Eric Blau & Mort Shuman, directed by Alan Stanford opens at the Gate Theatre Dublin in February 2017:

The Gingerbread Mix Up by Martin Murphy, directed by Richard Croxford opens at the Lyric Belfast on 10th December:

The Nativity… What the Donkey Saw By Alan McKee & Conor Grimes, directed by Frankie McCafferty opens at the Lyric Belfast on 1st December:

Fabric is awarded a Fringe First at Edinburgh. Runs at Underbelly until 28th August 2016:

Quietly opens in New York at the Irish Repertory Theatre in association with the Public Theater:

Autumn 2016: The Nest by Franz Xaver Kroetz, a new translation by Conor McPherson. Directed by Ian Rickson at the Lyric Belfast & Young Vic London:

Summer 2016: Fabric by Abi Zakarian, directed by Tom O’Brien, UK tour including Edinburgh Festival:

June 2016 – Macbeth by Giuseppe Verdi, directed by Bruno Ravella at Iford Arts Festival:

February 2016 – This Lime Tree Bower by Conor McPherson, directed by Eoghan Carrick at Project Arts Centre. Produced by Eoin Kilkenny:

January 2016 – I Know All The Secrets In My World UK tour, directed by Natalie Ibu for Tiata Fahodzi in association with Watford Palace Theatre:

November 2015 – Design It Exhibition at The Ark theatre – Exhibition design:

October 2015 – The Lighthouse by Peter Maxwell Davies, directed by Greg Eldridge at the Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House:

September 2015 – The Night Alive written and directed by Conor McPherson for Dublin Theatre Festival and Lyric Belfast:

At the Ford by Gavin Kostick directed by Bryan Borroughs for Rise Productions and Dublin Theatre Festival:

July 2015 – Gulliver’s Travels adapted by Andrew Doyle with music by Duke Special, directed by Des Kennedy for YMT at the Lyric Belfast:

Summer 2015 – I Know All The Secrets In My World directed by Natalie Ibu for Tiata Fahodzi in association with Watford Palace Theatre:

Design for Pentecost wins Best Set Design at the Irish Times Theatre Awards:

February 2015: Development week for Fabric by Abi Zakarian directed by Tom O’Brien for TREMers theatre:

March 2015 – Wishmaker directed by Eddie Latter for Haringey Shed at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre:

September 2014 – Pentecost by Stewart Parker. Directed by Jimmy Fay at the Lyric Theatre Belfast:

August 2014 – Heartbreak House by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Róisín McBrinn at the Abbey Theatre:

July 2014 – Be Infants In Evil by Brian Martin. Directed by Oonagh Murphy for Druid at the Galway International Arts Festival:

27th May – Quietly opens at Soho theatre:

Assistant to designer Es Devlin on Les Troyens at La Scala. Opens in April 2014:

March 2014 – Quietly tour begins:

Assistant to designer Rae Smith on Birmingham Royal Ballet’s The Prince of the Pagodas. Opens at the Lowry Salford January 2014:

December 2013 – The Risen People by James Plunkett. Adapted and directed by Jimmy Fay at the Abbey Theatre:

November 2013 – Summertime by David Ireland. Directed by Michael Duke for Tinderbox at The Mac Belfast:

September 2013 – It’s a Family Affair… (We’ll Settle it Ourselves) Adapted by Simon Crowther. Directed by Róisín McBrinn at Sherman Cymru:

Quietly awarded a Fringe First at Edinburgh:

August 2013 – Quietly opens at the Traverse as part of the Edinburgh Festival:

August 2013 – How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Directed by Tom O’Brien at the Lowry Quays, Salford for The Company:

Assistant to designer Rae Smith on the upcoming double bill by Fabulous Beast of The Rite of Spring & Petrushka. Opening in April 2013 at Sadler’s Wells:

January 2013 – Mixed Marriage by St. John Ervine. Directed by Jimmy Fay at the Lyric theatre Belfast:

November 2012 – Quietly by Owen McCafferty. Directed by Jimmy Fay at the Peacock theatre Dublin:

November 2012 – The Yellow Wallpaper returns. Directed by Aoife Spillane Hinks at Project Arts Centre.

September 2012 – Before it Rains by Katherine Chandler. Directed by Róisín McBrinn at Bristol Old Vic and Sherman Cymru:

May 2012 – Pigeon directed and devised by Ciaran Taylor at the Project Cube Dublin and Mermaid, Bray:

April 2012 – Pornography by Simon Stephens. Directed by Mathilde Lopez for Waking Exploits at Chapter theatre Cardiff followed by Welsh tour:

March 2012 – Ruben Guthrie by Brendan Cowell. Directed by Nicola Samer at the New Wimbledon Studio:

December 2011 – The Trailer of Bridget Dinnigan returns. Opens on the 6th December at the Axis Ballymun:

November 2011 – How the World Began by Catherine Trieschmann. Directed by Des Kennedy at the Arcola theatre:

Design for the Absolut Fringe Club: Opens on the 10th September at 12 Parnell Square East as part of the Absolut Fringe Festival:

September 2011 – The Yellow Wallpaper at the Boys school at Smock Alley. Part of Absolut Fringe Festival:

May 2011 – Perve by Stacey Gregg at the Peacock Theatre. Directed by Róisín McBrinn:

18th April – Perve rehearsals begin:

April 2011 – Hamlet returns to the Helix Theatre from the 5th to 8th April: