LORA HARTIN

Lora is from Dublin and is based there. She is 5′ 3″ tall (160cm).

Early December saw Lora perform a 20-minute monologue written by Ultan Pringle as part of the Push Festival in The New Theatre in Dublin’s Templebar.

She was selected as a National High Achiever upon completing her Royal Irish Academy Drama training and went on to graduate from Trinity College Dublin with a first class honours degree in Drama and Theatre. For her final year, she directed/devised and starred in Final Year Debut projects ‘DIVINE’ and ‘DOCTOR FAUSTUS’.

Her screen credits include the role of ‘Holly’ in short “THERAPY”, directed by Zoe Kelly and ‘Tracy’ in feature “MICHAEL INSIDE”, directed by Frank Berry. She has also had multiple recurring roles in short series “BAD GIRLS” directed by Antonia Brady, and radio drama “SUGARKISSANGELHILL” written and directed by Ultan Pringle.

Lora’s stage credits include ‘Natasha’ in Gift Horse Theatre’s adaptation of Tolstoy’s “WAR AND PEACE” directed by Doris de Vries, which toured nationally earlier this year, ‘Amy’ in BLOODED directed by Antonia Brady (DU Players), ‘Alexandra’ in SPECTRES OF GORKY directed by Marc Atkinson (Samuel Beckett Theatre), ‘Three’ in KNICK KNACK directed by Sophie Cassidy (Samuel Beckett Theatre), ‘Nichevo’ in THE STRANGEST KIND OF ROMANCE directed by Julia Appleby (Samuel Beckett Theatre), and ‘Laura’ in DUCK DUCK (NO) GOOSE directed by Luca Wilcockson and Sally Hennessy. Lora also frequently collaborates with Gift Horse Theatre Company, cast as ‘Tess’ in both the at-home and touring productions of TESS OF THE DURBERVILLES (2019-2020) and Feste in TWELFTH NIGHT (2021). Lora has an avid interest in playwriting, often collaborating with Fishamble Theatre company, where she worked as a script intern, and co-produced her first play ‘AFTER THE STORM’ in the O’Reilly Theatre in 2020.