HUGE congrats to Ned Dennehy on winning an IFTA last Saturday night

April 10th, 2017 by admin

The IFTA’s took place on Saturday night and LBM was delighted to hear Ned Dennehy’s name being announced as the winner of Best Supporting Actor in the Drama category for An Klondike. Everyone can see the IFTA awards on RTÉ One on Tuesday 11th of April at 10.15pm, hopefully we’ll get to hear Ned’s full […]

Fishamble’s Pat Kinevane Trilogy hits Ireland’s National Theatre

March 31st, 2017 by admin

Pat Kinevane is taking over the Peacock stage till the 15th of April with his Fishamble Trilogy. This is wonderful news as it means audiences can get to see Pat in Underneath, Forgotten and his Olivier Award winning show Silent. We wish Pat and all involved every success. For more information and booking tickets please […]

Jacob McCarthy lands his first series regular role in LA, Deadline Hollywood reports this fantastic news.

March 29th, 2017 by admin

Jacob McCarthy has landed his first series regular role in a Seth Meyers pilot and we are extremely proud of him. At present the project is untitled, however we’re sure this won’t be the case for very long. Jacob is working along side Glenn Howerton, who is known for “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”. To […]

Variety reports about Fionn O’Shea joining Keira Knightley and Alexander Skarsgard in ‘The Aftermath’.

March 27th, 2017 by admin

This is like a double whammy of happiness, not only can we finally talk about the fact that Fionn O’Shea is in “The Aftermath” but we are over the moon with Variety reporting about this epic news. The film is set in Germany in 1946, just after World War 2. It’s based on a book […]

Ned Dennehy nominated for IFTA award for An Klondike 2

March 10th, 2017 by admin

This week the IFTA nominations were announced. All in the office we’re extremely proud to see Ned Dennehy nominated for his work in An Klondike 2. If you haven’t seen this fantastic western that is shot in Ireland you can still catch it on the TG4 website (below is a link). Ned plays the stunningly […]

Kelly Gough to be seen in the final series of Broadchurch

March 3rd, 2017 by admin

Broadchurch returned to our screens on Monday night. In Ireland, we got to see the opening hard hitting episode on TV3 at 10pm, while in Britain people got to see the show on ITV at 9pm. It has a MASSIVE following, hitting figures in the 7million mark in Britain. The first episode did not disappoint, […]

Lochlann Ó Mearáin to be seen in Lucky Man Season 2

March 1st, 2017 by admin

Lucky Man returned to our screens last Friday on SKY 1 at 9pm. First off, this is great news as it is a wonderful show. Secondly, our fantastic Lochlann Ó Mearáin will be seen in this series. We are all uber excited in the office and are telling all Lucky Man fans to be on […]

Sharon Sexton to star as Sloane in the new West End Musical, BAT OUT OF HELL.

February 8th, 2017 by admin

Sharon Sexton is set to star as Sloane in the new Jim Steinman’s BAT OUT OF HELL the Musical. This musical will debut in Manchester Opera House in February, then it will continue on to the London Coliseum in May. All here in LBM are hugely proud of Sharon as we have always known she […]

Fionn O’Shea – one to WATCH

January 31st, 2017 by admin

Fionn O’Shea is a young Irish actor who is making waves in the film world. Fionn is wonderful in the supporting role of Reidy in THE SIEGE OF JADOTVILLE, he is also a lead character Ned in HANDSOME DEVIL. Both projects giving Fionn two very different experiences. THE SIEGE OF JADOTVILLE is based on the true story of […]

Can Simon Delaney cook? More importantly will he win Celebrity Masterchef Ireland?

January 27th, 2017 by admin

This week Simon Delaney headed into Celebrity Masterchef Ireland’s kitchen and we got to see if he could cook. Not only did Simon provide some very funny moments  (how many times did he have to wash that blender!!!) but we witnessed him serving Two Michelin star chef Daniel Clifford some of the best mash he’s […]

Bridget and Eamon can now be seen in the USA via Hulu

January 25th, 2017 by admin

Bridget and Eamon has landed on US soil via HULU. We could not be prouder as we have numerous actors/comedians in this wonderful series. To begin with we want to say a HUGE congratulations to Jennifer Zamparelli, Bernard O’Shea and Jason Butler. Next we would like to say to all our US friends to look out […]

Daniel Reardon Nominated for Best Supporting Actor in the Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards

January 24th, 2017 by admin

Announced on Saturday 14th January were the Irish Times Irish theatre Awards nominees, we were delighted to see the wonderful Daniel Reardon’s name in the Best Supporting Actor category. Daniel has been nominated for his wonderful role in Brokentalkers THIS BEACH. We’re looking forward to supporting Daniel at the award ceremony, which takes place on […]

Bridget & Eamon – Comedy Gold and IFTA Awards 2016

October 12th, 2016 by admin

October has been one busy month for Bridget & Eamon. Not only did the show premiere on UK TV Gold but it also won IFTA awards for Best Comedy and Best Director (Jason Butler). Huge Congrats to Jennifer Zamparelli, Bernard O’Shea and Jason Butler for bringing this hilarious project to fruition with such success. Tune in […]

Judith Roddy as Nora Clitheroe at the National Theatre in London for The Plough and the Stars

July 27th, 2016 by admin

“The Plough and the Stars” opens tonight in the National Theatre  in London. We could not be more excited as the wonderful Judith Roddy is taking to the stage as Nora Clitheroe. If you’re in London anytime between now and October, check out the National’s website to see if there are any tickets. But be […]

Simon Delaney takes part in scaring people all over the world in The Conjuring 2

June 16th, 2016 by admin

  The Conjuring 2 topped the US Box Office, earning over 40 million in its opening weekend. Worldwide success has surpassed 90 million and growing as the film has still to open in several markets. We could not be prouder of our wonderful Simon Delaney playing the kind caring neighbour, Vic Nottingham. His character witnesses […]

Pat Kinevane and Fishamble win an Olivier Award for SILENT

April 4th, 2016 by admin

  Fantastic news for Pat Kinevane and everyone in Fishamble as Silent in the Soho Theatre won an Olivier Award last night. We at LBM could not be happier for all involved in this amazing production. Check out the link below to Fishamble’s site for tickets, you’d be mad to miss any of Pat Kinevane’s […]

Pat Kinevane and Fishamble conquering the theatre world.

March 1st, 2016 by admin

Fantastic news keeps coming for Pat Kinevane and the Fishamble team behind his trilogy – Silent, Underneath, Forgotten. Not only was Underneath awarded best theatre show in the Adelaide Fringe last week, but last night we heard the wonderful announcement that Silent was nominated for an Olivier award. The category is Outstanding Achievement In An Affiliate […]

Bridget & Eamon makes Mondays funny on RTE 2

February 22nd, 2016 by admin

Bridget & Eamon are making Monday nights viewing worth watching. Don’t miss out, catch up now on the RTE player to find out all the 80’s happenings with this hilarious duo. Not only does the wonderful Jennifer Zamparelli star as Bridget, the legend also co-wrote the show with Bernard O’Shea (this talented man also plays […]

Simon Delaney in The Conjuring 2

January 8th, 2016 by admin

The inimitable Simon Delaney will be returning to the big screen this summer in The Conjuring 2. Simon wrapped on The Conjuring in Dec 2015 and spent his time filming between the States and London. Check out what Empire magazine has to say about the upcoming horror and watch the teaser trailer (if you’re brave […]

Rebellion hits RTE 1

January 4th, 2016 by admin

To commemorate and celebrate the centenary of the 1916 rising, RTE has aired the first episode of Rebellion last night.   Rebellion is a five part serial drama about the birth of modern Ireland. The story is told from the perspectives of a group of fictional characters who live through the political events of the […]

Dickensian starring Ned Dennehy

January 4th, 2016 by admin

Dickensian is a new 20 part drama series that aired on BBC 1 on 26 Dec 2015. Starring the wonderful Ned Dennehy as Ebeneezer Scrooge, Dickensian brings together iconic characters created by Charles Dickens in one Victorian London neighborhood as Inspector Bucket investigates the murder of Ebeneezer Scrooge’s partner Jacob Marley. Catch Dickensian on BBC 1 […]

Keith Walsh to appear in new RTE show Tested on Humans

November 19th, 2015 by admin

Keith Walsh will be appearing in a new show for RTE called Tested on Humans in which he will be subjected to a number of various experiments.   Tested on Humans calls on brave volunteers to become human guinea pigs subjecting their bits and pieces – internal and external – to various tests as their […]

Poison Pen awarded Best Narrative Feature

November 9th, 2015 by admin

Poison Pen starring the fantastic Lochlann O’Mearain has been awarded Best Narrative Feature in the Ojai Film Festival LA.   Lochlann was on hand in California to accept the award on behalf of the team. A massive congratulations to all that worked to make Posion Pen what it was!

Sam Lucas Smith wins best supporting actor

October 27th, 2015 by admin

A massive congratulations to the fantastic Sam Lucas Smith who has just been awarded Best Supporting Actor in the Sydney Indie Film Festival for his work on Imperfect Sky. The film itself also won Best Feature at the Hollywood Cinefest and Best International Feature at the Underground Festival in Dublin. Great work Sam and we […]

Reviews are in for Lonesome West

September 18th, 2015 by admin

Click on the link below to read the great review of Lonesome West by NoMoreWorkhorse. Well done to Martin Lucey and all involved in this brilliant production!

Sam Lucas Smith’s latest feature screening in Dunlaoghaire this weekend.

September 10th, 2015 by admin

Torn apart during adolescence, estranged brothers reunite. The younger, a 16-year old on the fast track to college with his entire life ahead of him. The older, a 21-year old heroin addict and street hustler who’s settled for rock bottom. Imperfect Sky starring Sam Lucas Smith as Abel will be screening at the dunlaoghaire underground film […]

Nomoreworkhorse review The Windstealers

September 10th, 2015 by admin

The Windstealers, performing on stage in Smock Alley as  part of the Tiger Fringe Festival has been reviewed by nomoreworkhorse. Check out what they have to say about this hilarious new show by clicking the link below.

It Folds reviews are in.

September 10th, 2015 by admin

It Folds starring Cara Christie is on stage as part of the Tiger Fringe Festival. Check out the great review from Broadway World:

Michelle Forbes will be delighting audiences in Beckett In The City: The Women Speak

September 7th, 2015 by admin

Michelle Forbes is taking to the stage once again for this years Tiger Fringe Festival. Beckett In The City: The Women Speak concern women whose connections between body and soul have been ruptured. The human figure, sound, sight, history, movement, architecture and projection presented within the walls of the historic Halla Banba on Parnell Square. Show […]

Karl Quinn directing The Auld Fella for Show in a Bag 2015

September 7th, 2015 by admin

Karl Quinn’s directorial vision for The Auld Fella will be appearing on stage as part of Show in a Bag 2015 at Bewley’s Cafe Theatre @ Powerscourt. This is the Theatre Royal in Dublin in 1961. The year before the theatre closed. The theatre that kept Dubliners sane. Bob Hope called it ‘the magnificent garage’. […]

Robbie O’Connor starring in Rebel Rebel

September 7th, 2015 by admin

Robbie O’Connor will be starring in Rebel Rebel, part of Show in a Bag 2015. Dropping their costumes in the dressing room, two of lreland’s leading actors abandon their matinee of Yeats’ Cathleen Ni Houlihan. Instead they take their revolvers and march to Dublin castle. Inciting each other all the way, they fire the first […]

Katie Honan appearing in Smock Alley this Fringe.

September 7th, 2015 by admin

Katie Honan will be delighting audiences at this years Tiger Fringe Festival in a new Irish satire, The Windstalkers. Eccles Theatre Groups new play takes a satirical look at corruption and national character in Ireland. This show is set to blow audiences away at Smock Alley’s Black Box Theatre. Show premiers Sept 07 @ 8.30PM. Production […]

Cara Christie takes to the stage in this years Tiger Fringe Festival

September 7th, 2015 by admin

Cara Christie is takes to the stage in a brilliant comedy, It Folds. It Folds offers a poignant and humorous portrait of life in a modern city and the tragicomic events that shape our everyday lives. Featuring a cast of strangers brought together to perform a series of physical tasks, texts and songs, It Folds takes a surreal look at an […]

The Civic Theatre Welcomes ‘The Lonesome West’ Starring Martin Lucey

August 27th, 2015 by admin

Martin McDonagh’s timeless classic The Lonesome West is a comic masterpiece, “the blackest of black comedies.” The show is currently running in The Everyman in Cork and will be coming to The Civic Theatre, Tallaght on September 15th. The play is centered around Coleman and Valene, two brothers living alone in their father’s house after his […]

Fantastic Review of Malachy McKenna’s ‘The Quiet Land’

August 27th, 2015 by admin

                  The Quiet Land, written by the talented Malachy McKenna, directed by Bairbe Ní Chaoimh and starring Des Keogh & Derry Power received a glowing review from The play was “richly rewarding” and “you are unlikely to see a better production.” The Quiet Land, winner of the […]

Seamus Moran Brings ‘Have A Heart’ to Edinburgh

August 27th, 2015 by admin

                                                                                               Seamus Moran brings his “wonderfully dynamic and visual” […]

Muireann Bird as Betty O’Barley in Edinburgh Fringe

August 27th, 2015 by admin

  The lovely Muireann Bird stars as Betty O’Barley in the heart warming show The Scarecrows’ Wedding based on the much loved book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. The innovative Scamp Theatre bring this children’s show to life with the gorgeous set and songs that are “beautifully sung” by Muireann Bird who has “a smile […]

Keith Hanna at Edinburgh Fringe 2015 in ‘Eejit of Love’

August 27th, 2015 by admin

Keith Hanna takes to the stage in this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival as Cowboy in the satirical musical comedy Eejit of Love.  Eejit of Love is written and directed by Jody Trehy and was originally developed at Greenwich Theatre and produced as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival where  it attracted fans from tweenies to grannies as audiences returned […]

Fantastic Review of ‘The Bloody Irish’

August 24th, 2015 by admin

‘The Bloody Irish‘, a unique musical drama directed by Michael Barker Caven, written by Barry Devlin and produced by Ned O’Hanlon based on the events of the 1916 Easter Rising received a fantastic review from the Irish Independent. The show, starring Michael Power and Karl Quinn was filmed for PBS in the U.S and is […]

Michael Ford Fitzgerald Wins New York Radio Awards!

August 10th, 2015 by admin

Huge congratulations to the wonderful Michael Ford Fitzgerald who won the award for Best Performance by an Actor in the New York Radio Awards for his performance in LAMBO. LAMBO by Hugh Travers began as a comical theatre show based around the events of the absurd 1987 Gerry Ryan lamb scandal. The show had a sold […]

Dublin Theatre Festival programme launched!

July 31st, 2015 by admin

The Dublin Theatre Festival has released its full programme for 2015 and will run from 24 September – 11 October. We are delighted to announce that Danielle Galligan will perform in Rough Magic’s musical ‘The Train‘ at Project Arts Centre and Dylan Tighe will star in ‘Checkov’s First Play‘ by Bush Moukarzel. ‘The Train‘ is a […]

Pat McGrath returns in ‘Small Plastic Wars’

July 31st, 2015 by admin

‘Small Plastic Wars’ written and performed by Pat McGrath premiered in Dublin Fringe 2013, undertook a nationwide tour with Bealtaine Festival 2014 and was also shortlisted for the Stewart Parker Trust New Playwright Bursary Award 2014. This “little gem of a one-man show”, directed by Alan King, returns to tour this year. McGrath uses his passion […]

Ned Dennehy to star in brand new BBC series ‘Dickensian’

July 31st, 2015 by admin

Ned Dennehy is currently filming ‘Dickensian’, a brand new 20-part BBC drama series in which he takes on the role of one of literature’s most iconic characters, Scrooge. This ‘epic’ series, written and produced by Tony Jordan, pulls a range of Dickens’ characters from different tales in to one story.  Stephen Rea, who plays Inspector […]

Katie Honan and Katie O’Kelly and raising funds with PalFest

July 10th, 2015 by admin

Well done to Katie Honan and Katie O’Kelly for their work helping raise funds for Palestine with PalFest. Seven Jewish Children by Caryl Churchill features both Katie Honan and Katie O’Kelly which plays in The Abbey Theatre on Friday 10th July. Seven Jewish Children is a ten minute history of Israel, ending with the bombing of Gaza. Caryl Churchill stipulates […]

Lauren Kinsella Nominated for Bingham Ray New Talent Award!

July 10th, 2015 by admin

Congratulations to the lovely Lauren Kinsella who has been nominated for the Bingham Ray New Talent Award at this years Galway Film Fleadh!


June 16th, 2015 by admin

Who would blame you for wanting to see more of Mary Murray? Peter Crawley is quite right in asking this question, and offers Dublin audiences a perfect opportunity to see more of her in the Bewley’s Cafe Theatre this week.   The play follows a range of six women, all played by Mary, dealing with […]


June 11th, 2015 by admin

She’s back! Simon Delaney is joining the hilarious Mrs Brown and her boys for a UK Arena Tour with How Now Mrs Brown Cow. Simon joined the cast of the fifth Mrs Brown’s play after appearing in Mrs Brown D’Movie, and this time around he will be playing Dermot, Agnes’ wayward son. You can catch […]


May 20th, 2015 by admin

Garry Mountaine features alongside Colin Farrell, Rachel Weiss and Olivia Col man in this year’s Cannes favourite The Lobster. Yorgos Lanthimos’ film is set in a world where people must find someone to form a couple with, or elect to be turned into an animal of their choice. The Lobster plays in the main competition […]


May 19th, 2015 by admin

The fabulous Mary Murray has been nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role at this year’s Irish Film and Television Awards for her performance as Janet in smash hit series Love/Hate. Audience members nationwide adored Janet, sympathising with her as her son Aaron broke her heart and desperately trying to send her telepathic warnings […]


May 12th, 2015 by admin

Jennifer Maguire has brought her hit new reality TV show The Unemployables to RTE. The show follows Jennifer and her co-host Darren as they help people who can’t get a a job for love nor money brave the job market. Jennifer is no stranger to a bit of hard graft and has an extremely impressive […]


February 17th, 2015 by admin

We are delighted to announce that Michael Ford Fitzgerald will be playing the role of Michal in the Irish Premier of Martin McDonagh’s phenomenal play The Pillowman, presented by Decadent Theatre. The Pillowman deals with the ideas of the power of writing, the responsibility of writers and the instinct for survival. As Katurian, an ambitious […]


March 5th, 2015 by admin

A new BBC drama starring Ned Dennehy premieres tonight on BBC 2. Banished follows the story of the First Fleet – the first ship of settlers in Australia, many of whom were convicts sent from Britain against their will. The show will take a brutal and unflinching look at the existence of these settlers and the […]


February 17th, 2015 by admin

The Gate Theatre’s sell out production of Pride and Prejudice is touring to Hong Kong at the end of February. Having enjoyed two sold out runs in Dublin’s The Gate Theatre the production will be performed in Hong Kong’s Lyric Theatre as part of the Hong Kong Arts Festival. The show has been billed as […]


February 17th, 2015 by admin

A Midsummer Night’s Dream opens in the Abbey tonight and already has Dublin talking thanks to it’s eye-catching posters as you can see to the left. The production marks the first time that Gavin Quinn, of the much admired PanPan Theatre Company, will have directed a show for the Abbey stage. This production of Shakespeare’s […]

A Busy Year For Katie O’Kelly!

February 17th, 2015 by admin

Katie O’Kelly has an extremely busy year ahead of her as she will be touring not one, not two but THREE of her smash hit  shows. In Counter Culture Katie takes the audience on a whirlwind journey through a single day in a department store in Dublin. Through taking on four very different personas Katie […]

Vincent Walsh to appear in major motion picture ‘Christ The Lord’

September 29th, 2014 by admin

Vincent Walsh has finished filming Christ The Lord, a movie based on the novel of the same name by Anne Rice. The movie is currently in post-production and should hit screens world over in 2016. The director, Cyrus Nowrahsteh, won critical acclaim for The Stoning of Soraya M., a deeply moving film about the death […]

Will Irvine to appear in West End hit The Nether

January 28th, 2015 by admin

Will Irvine will appear in the hotly anticipated West End return of smash hit The Nether by Jennifer Hayley. The play has been given five star reviews across the board with critics urging the public to nab a ticket. The play is set in the near future where people spend most of their time on […]

Lochlann Ó Mearáin in Death Or Liberty

January 28th, 2015 by admin

Lochlann Ó Mearáin is set to appear in TG4 docu-drama Death or Liberty which follows the stories of Irish convicts sent to Australia in the 1700s and 1800s. Lochlann will be playing William Smith O’Brien, an Irish aristocrat who supported Catholic Emancipation and was subsequently tried for treason. Instead of being executed, he was commuted […]

Malachy McKenna to appear in An Triail

January 28th, 2015 by admin

Malachy McKenna

Malachy McKenna will be appearing on stages across the country in the coming months as part of Aisling Ghear Theatre Company ‘s production of Irish language favourite An Triail by Mairéad Ní Ghráda. The play is a featured text on both the Irish Leaving Cert and A Level Irish courses and explores the hypocrisies of […]

Anthony Brophy In TV3 Drama “Red Rock”

November 3rd, 2014 by admin

New TV3 drama Red Rock has already proven to be a smash hit with audiences, even beating Emmerdale’s ratings! The show follows the inhabitants and police force of a Dublin harbour town as events unfold that threaten to disturb the tentative peace between rival families. Produced by Element Pictures and Company Pictures, including some of the […]


November 28th, 2014 by admin

Séainín Brennan is returning to our screens playing Liz Tyler in the critically acclaimed BBC Primetime Drama The Fall. In this season, the search is still on for the serial killer and even more is at stake. Season 2 is currently on BBC 2 every Thursday at 9pm and on RTÉ 1 on Sunday nights. For more […]

Michael Joseph and Katie Honan set to appear in Cork Opera House Panto ‘The Sleeping Beauty’

September 24th, 2014 by admin

We are delighted to announce that Katie Honan and Michael Joseph will be performing in the Cork Opera House panto this year. The panto will be playing from the ninth of December in Cork and is sure to be a magical musical occasion for all the family. For more information and to book tickets, click […]

LBM Actors in Love/Hate finale

November 10th, 2014 by admin

Like the rest of the country, we were on the edge of our seats last night watching the season finale of Love/Hate. A massive congratulations is due to the entire cast and crew for a fantastic series, but we’d like to send some love to our brilliant actors Mary Murray, Mark Dunne and Lewis Harris. In […]

Barry O’Connor stars in Martin Sharry’s ‘Looking For Work’

November 10th, 2014 by admin

This November Barry O’Connor will be starring in Martin Sharry’s new play Looking For Work in Dublin’s Project Arts Centre. Martin Sharry, who originally comes from the Aran Islands, took the Fringe Festival by storm in 2012 with his original work I Am Martin Sharry, and his return to theatre has been hotly anticipated. Looking […]

Gerard Jordan and Ciaran Nolan star in ‘Mistletoe and Crime’

November 10th, 2014 by admin

We’re extremely excited to see Gerard Jordan and Ciaran Nolan treading the boards in Belfast’s Lyric Theatre this Christmas with the world premiere of Mistletoe and Crime by Marie Jones. The play follows two WPC’s patrolling Belfast at Christmas – one on her first time out on the beat, the other on her last. Penned […]

Simon Delaney’s new business venture “Three Lads Media”

November 3rd, 2014 by admin

A massive congratulations is due to Simon Delaney as his new advertising company Three Lads Media is officially open for business! Three Lads Media handles all elements of producing an advert for TV and radio, from story-boarding to script writing to post production and media buying. Check out their brilliant ad for The Grafton Barber, […]

Judith Roddy stars in Sam Shepard’s “A Particle of Dread” in NYC

November 3rd, 2014 by admin

Sam Shepard’s newest play A Particle of Dread is set to open in Signature Theatre, NYC on the 11th of November after a highly successful run in the Derry Playhouse. The play, directed by Shepard himself, is being produced by Field Day Theatre Company which was founded by Brian Friel and Stephen Rea. The play […]

Norma Sheahan and Mark Dunne in new Irish movie “A Date For Mad Mary”

November 3rd, 2014 by admin

Norma Sheahan and Mark Dunne will both be appearing in the much awaited new Irish comedy A Date For Mad Mary, which has recently started filming in Dublin and Drogheda. The film is based on the critically acclaimed play 10 Dates With Mad Mary by Yasmin Akram. A Date For Mad Mary follows Mary as […]

Anthony Brophy and Michael Ford Fitzgerald star in play by Love/Hate creator

October 7th, 2014 by admin

One of this years’ most anticipated theatre events is Defender of the Faith, a new play by the creator of Love/Hate Stuart Carolan. The play is thriller set on a Armagh farm in 1986, depicting an IRA family who begin to crumble under the pressure of their environment as  an IRA investigator comes to stay. […]

Gerry O’Brien set to appear in Mad Dogs USA

October 6th, 2014 by admin

Gerry O'Brien

Gerry O’Brien is set to appear on the US remake of the hit UK TV series Mad Dogs, which is being produced by the amazing Shawn Ryan. The pilot will be directed by Charles McDougall who won an Emmy for his work on Desperate Housewives. Mad Dogs follows the story of four middle aged men on a holiday […]

Katie Honan to appear in the sold out VARDO as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival

September 24th, 2014 by admin

In a rare occurrence, Anu Productions much anticipated VARDO completely sold our before the Dublin Theatre Festival had even started. We’re delighted to say that Katie Honan is taking part in this wonderful production which completes Anu Productions’ critically acclaimed Monto Cycle. The Monto Cycle charts the development of the Monto area of Dublin and […]

Daniel Reardon performs with Pan Pan Theatre for the Dublin Theatre Festival

September 24th, 2014 by admin

The Dublin Theatre Festival will open on the 25th of September and we are looking forward to seeing some of our actors playing in the festival’s most notable productions. Daniel Reardon will be joining Pan Pan Theatre in The Seagull and Other Birds, a much awaited exploration of Chekhov’s seminal play through different contexts – other […]

Lochlann Ó Mearáin stars in ‘Poison Pen’

September 16th, 2014 by admin

  Lochlann Ó Mearáin is set to appear in the lead role in the new major motion picture Poison Pen, which will open in New York City on the 5th of October. Written by Eoin Colfer, the film follows PC Molloy, played by Lochlann, a prize winning author who hasn’t published a book in fifteen years […]

‘Man In The Moon’ playing in New York City

September 11th, 2014 by admin

Pierce Elliot’s critically acclaimed play Man In The Moon is set to appear in the Times Square Arts Centre from the 10th to the 28th of September. Brass Neck Theatre Company’s production, which stars the brilliant Ciaran Nolan, is appearing as part of the First Irish Theatre Festival. The play is a darkly comic look […]

Actors set to appear in Tiger Dublin Fringe

August 28th, 2014 by admin

We are delighted to announce that some of our actors will be appearing in this year’s Tiger Dublin Fringe. Ben Harding  will be appearing in Ready Aim Fire and Fizzythinking’s The Party, a immersive promenade show based on the sinister political systems found in George Orwell’s classic novel 1984. Niamh Shaw, performer and scientist,  is bringing […]

Donal Gallery and Aoife McMahon set to appear in Old Vic’s ‘Juno and the Paycock’

August 28th, 2014 by admin

Donal Gallery and Aoife McMahon will be appearing in Sean O’Casey’s classic drama Juno and the Paycock this September. Donal and Aoife will be playing the roles of Johnny Boyle and Mrs Masie Madigan. The play, set in Dublin 1922, features much of O’Casey’s famous humour, tragedy and political scandal. The production can be seen […]

Lochlann Ó Mearáin guest stars on ‘Outlander’

August 26th, 2014 by admin

Lochlann Ó Mearáin has just wrapped filming  Outlander, a new televised adaptation of the novel by Diana Gabaldon. Lochlann will be playing the mysterious Horrocks in the hit Starz TV show and has already caused quite a stir. Read what the Irish Independent has to say on his upcoming role here! To find out more about […]

Simon Delaney to appear in hit sitcom ‘Trollied’

August 26th, 2014 by admin

Simon Delany is set to appear in hit UK sitcom Trollied, which is coming soon to Sky 1.

Chris McHallem plays Mazzini Dunn in HEARTBREAK HOUSE.

August 22nd, 2014 by admin

Now showing in the Abbey theatre. You can catch Chris from From Thursday, 14 August 2014 to Saturday, 13 September 2014 on the Abbey stage.

Seamus Hughes & Ned Dennehy to star in KLONDIKE.

August 22nd, 2014 by admin

Seamus Hughes & Ned Dennehy to star in Irish language series Klondike. Klondike tells the story of the American Gold Rush in the 1800’s.

Ned Dennehy plays series lead role in new BBC series, ‘Banished’.

July 31st, 2014 by admin

Ned Dennehy has just wrapped filming the series lead role of Letters Molloy in Jimmy McGovern’s new seven part series Banished for BBC. Banished will follow the “lives, loves, relationships and battle for survival of a group of convicts” in New South Wales, Australia, 1788. Other cast members include Top of the Lake’s David Wenham, […]

LBM Welcomes New Talent to the Agency

July 14th, 2014 by admin

Lorraine Brennan Management is proud to announce that it is now representing six new faces in the world of acting and voice overs. Male actor Ben Harding, a DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama graduate with international training in the United States, brings with him a well-rounded acting background. Child actress Katie White starts her […]

Norma Sheahan and Peter O’Byrne Return to ‘Damo and Ivor’

July 14th, 2014 by admin

It has been confirmed that actors Norma Sheahan and Peter O’Byrne will be reprising their roles on the hit show ‘Damo and Ivor.’ The satirical comedy tells the story of twin brothers separated at birth who are reunited at a time when their opposite lifestyles are both taking a turn for the worse. Norma Sheahan is set […]

Tom Hopkins & Steve Hartland Guest Star on BBC series ‘Dani’s Castle’

July 10th, 2014 by admin

Tom Hopkins and Steve Hartland guest star on the hit CBBC show ‘Dani’s Castle’ To catch their performances, be sure to watch ‘Dani’s Castle’ on CBBC on Thursdays and Fridays. The hit show is a spin-off from the BAFTA-winning ‘Dani’s House.’ In the new series, Dani has inherits her mysterious great aunt Marjorie’s crubling castle, […]

Malachy McKenna Wins PJ O’Connor Award for “The Quiet Land”

June 25th, 2014 by admin

“The Quiet Land by Malachy McKenna, first prize winner in this year’s PJ O’ Connor Awards, a deceptively simple but gripping play about two elderly farmers in an isolated part of the west of Ireland, “terrified every single night in our own home” by crime. “We’re exiles in our own godforsaken land,” as one summarised […]