SINÉAD KEEGAN

Sinéad is a Dublin based actress.

She is currently performing in  “BLOODY YESTERDAY” (‘Síofra’) a new play by Deirdre Kinahan written specifically for the magic intimacy of Glass Mask Theatre on Dublin’s Dawson Street. Fellow agency actor Elizabeth Moynihan (‘Lily’) plays opposite her. Inspired by a true story, “Bloody Yesterday” delicately depicts a broken mother-daughter relationship and explores loss, estrangement, identity, resilience, and motherhood. Haunted by a ‘nineties’ soundtrack, “Bloody Yesterday” also charts the extraordinary influence that music has on memory and the unshakeable bond of family, love, and blood. This production is directed by Rex Ryan, and is running nightly at 7.30pm until May 28th inc. (No performance on Sundays).

Sinéad previously performed in Glass Mask Theatre. She played ‘Lea’ in ‘The Day of The Zebra’ directed by Neil Flynn in which she starred alongside Stephen Jones and Kieran Roche.

Screen credits include FATE: THE WIX SAGA (Netflix) and THE DOIREANN PROJECT (RTÉ).

A graduate of the Full-Time Professional Acting Training Programme at The Gaiety School of Acting (2019), where she was awarded the Gaiety Theatre Bursary in 2018. Sinéad was an Axis Assemble Associate artist for 2021.