Sharon is best known for her role as ‘Concepta’ in the RTE 2 hit comedy, ‘Bridget & Eamon’. She regularly writes for Callan’s Kicks RTE Radio 1 and recently wrote for and performed on ‘You Couldn’t Make It Up’ a ten week topical comedy panel show for Newstalk FM.


She has participated in Home Theatre Ireland, writing and performing a newly commissioned play inspired by a Dublin 15 resident ‘host’. The piece was presented initially in the host’s home and subsequently at Draíocht, Blanchardstown as part of Dublin Theatre Festival 2018.

She is currently touring her self-penned one woman show ‘The Curse of the Button Accordion’.

……full of humour, warmth, and heart….. The Reviews Hub, Four and a half stars

.laugh out loud…script is tight and well-paced…. The Red Curtain Review

In 2015, she co-wrote ‘Tidy’, a comedy mini-series centred around the Tidy Towns Committee of a small rural town, for ‘Comedy Bites’, a digital short initiative for RTE Player, and also wrote and performed for The Nualas, on their ‘Lock Up Your Husbands’ nationwide tour.

In 2014 she co-wrote ‘Rhubarb Crumble’, a musical comedy for Tiger Dublin Fringe, which after a sell-out run at Bewley’s Café Theatre, went on to receive a Best Ensemble nomination.

Previously, she wrote & performed alongside PJ Gallagher and Jim-Jim Nugent in the hidden camera series ‘Trojan Donkey’ for Channel 4.

She has co-written several contributions for Republic of Telly (RTE), and regularly features as a contributor on shows such as the Tom Dunne Show, Newstalk FM, and the Dave Fanning Show, 2fm.

As guest blogger on, several of her articles were recently featured on their website and social media channels.

She won the Best Stand Up award at the inaugural Fr. Ted Festival and has been a finalist in the UK & Ireland Funny Women and Bulmers International Comedy Festival stand up competitions.

…..faultless performance – rich in indignity and passion that demolishes all before it…

….turbo-charged- started at fever pitch and stayed there….. Evening Standard, London

She performs improvised comedy weekly with The Dublin Comedy Improv at the International Bar, Wicklow St.