Killian working on Smashing Times Thetare Company's 'Acting For The Future' project

ReActor Killian Filan is currently working with Smashing Times theatre company, performing in 'A Day Out', by Paul Kennedy.

'A Day Out' is part of Smashing Times, Acting for the Future, a project using creative processes of drama and theatre to promote positive mental health and suicide prevention with schools, universities, and the general public.

Check out Killian's profile here: http://www.reactors.ie/male/#/killian-filan/

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Introducing Hannah O'Reilly

Here at ReActors we are delighted to introduce you to our newest member, Hannah O’Reilly.

Hannah most recently participated in her second Corn Exchange workshop in performing commedia, following graduating from Bow Street’s full-time screen acting course (2017-18).

Hannah is primarily a theatre actress as well as a singer and choreographer. She trained with companies such as Blue Raincoat, Theatre Lovett, Ballet Athas, and The Corn Exchange and holds a BA in Drama with French and English from NUI Galway. 

She has a passion for comedy and anything Shakespearean. Most recently she performed in ThereisBear Theatre’s bi-lingual production of The Shadow of Carmilla/Scáth an tSúmaire (Galway Theatre Festival), Discretion Guaranteed,Brokentalkers and Junk Ensemble's It Folds (2016 Edinburgh Fringe), and Fleabagin Smock Alley, as well as many Shakespearean credits.

Hannah has been performing on screen regularly, most recently in the London Irish Abroad’s viral video in the Home to Vote Campaign to repeal the Eighth Amendment, for which she was also a Voice Over artist.

Hannah has conversational Irish, is fluent in French and holds a driver’s license. She is accomplished in horse riding, swimming, choreography and movement and works as a freelance artist.

Check out Hannah’s full CV and showreel here: http://www.reactors.ie/female/#/hannah-oreilly/

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'Dauntless and Daring'

ReActor Glynis Casson is performing her Recital “Dauntless and Daring- Women of The Gael” with Harpist Claire Roche in Woodford House Booterstown Park, Booterstown next Sunday.

Glynis tells the story of six amazing women born in Ireland who were brave, fiesty and determined and wild but who achieved their dreams in a man’s World.

Venue: Woodford House, Booterstown Park, Booterstown.

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Date: Sunday 23rd September @ 7.30pm.

Tickets: €20 (including wine and a light supper) .

Contact 0863731420 to reserve tickets.

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