NIAMH MCPHILLIPS

Niamh is from Co. Monaghan and lives in Dublin. She is 5′ 5″ tall (165cm).

Niamh is currently in full time rehearsals to play ‘INGA’ in a new comedy play LOOKING AT THE SUN by Emily Bohannon which will run in the main space in Smock Alley from August 21st to September 3rd, and then in the main space in The Civic from September 4th to 10th inc. The play is presented by AboutFACE, resident company at the Civic.

June saw Niamh perform in visual artist Lisa Freeman’s site-specific outdoor performance of “SLIPPED, FELL AND SMACKED MY FACE OFF THE DANCE FLOOR” in Bray which was programmed by the Mermaid Arts Centre. A passionate dancer and mover Niamh also collaborated on CoisCéim Broadreach’s project: BUILDING SPACES OF POSSIBILITY which saw her work with choreographer Muirne Bloomer.

Screen acting wise Niamh plays ‘Kelly’ in the short film “PILE UP” (post-production). It’s written by Joshua Donoghue and directed by Ethan Donoghue.

While studying at TU Dublin Conservatoire Of Music and Drama’s from where she graduated with a BA in Drama (Performance), she performed in several productions. Her final year production was Carly Churchill’s play of ‘LOVE AND INFORMATION’ directed by Ronan Phelan which was livestreamed.
Outside of college Niamh has worked in several different forms of drama such as Dance, Audio and Opera. She is an alumni of the Monaghan Youth Theatre.