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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 ScalaOpens 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.

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