Bernadette graduated from Queens University with a BA Honours in Drama in 2004, previous to this she studied a HND in performing Arts (Theatre Studies) at the Belfast Metropolitan Collage. Since graduating her Theatre credits include: Entilted (Macha Productions), 1932 The people of Gallagher Street (Green Shoot Productions), Tejas Verdes, Villa ,(Prime Cut Productions). The Waiting Room (Civic Theatre, Dublin), Belfast By Moonlight, To Have and To Hold (Kabosh Theatre Company), The Long Road (Lyric Theatre), All through the House, Blue for a Boy, Girls and Dolls (Tinderbox Theatre Company), Aladdin, Jack and the Beanstalk, Cinderella, Robin Hood and Sleeping Beauty (Waterfront Hall), His N Hers, We All Fall Down, Fairytaleheart (Replay Theatre Company). Film Credits include Sacriﬁce (Channel 5) and Various Short Films. TV Credits include: The Sisters, How Low Reality Check (RTE 1), Maru (TG4), Bels Boys (Endemol UK), Dry Your Eyes (BBC NI), In Cold Blood 1,2 and 3 (BBC NI). And various advertisements.
Claire trained at the 'Samuel Beckett Theatre',Trinity college Dublin.
Recenttheatre credits include Pearce Elliot's award winning 'Holy,Holy bus' by Brassneck theatre company, 'Dancing Shoes' at the grand opera house by GBL productions, 'Lanciatore, the juggling man' and 'Septic Tiger' by Rawlife theatre company, 'The odd couple' directed by Guy Masterson which did a UK tour, 'heroes with their hands in the air' at the playhouse theatre Derry , 'As you like it' by jigsaw theatre company and the 'Duke of Hope' by Tinderbox.
Tv/film credits include several episodes of 'Give my head Peace'(including the recent one hour special), 'A lads night out' ,'Bird of paradise' and 'Omaha' for Channel 4 films. Last year she also featured in BBC Radio ulster's 'Number 2's'.
Claire is delighted to be back working with Rawlife.
Trained at Gaiety School of Acting, Dublin.
This is Louise's debut with Rawlife. She has recently finished Sinners by Marie Jones in Lyric Theatre.
Louise is a collaborator with award winning ANU Productions, Dublin. Projects Directed by Louise Lowe include, Sunder, The Boys Of Foley Street, (Dublin Theatre Festival), Into The Sun, (Accenture IWD). Other theatre credits include: Macha Productions, on Entitled, MAC Belfast, (Dir Fionnuala Kennedy), Ignition, Tinderbox, MAC Belfast (Dir Patrick J O’Reilly). Shibboleth, Abbey Theatre (Dir Hamish Pirie), The Trouble With Harry for Theatre Of Pluck (Dir Alyson Campbell) The MAC Belfast. For Kabosh Theatre Co; No News Is Good News, (Dir Paula McFetridge) Laser Lunacy and Hostel (Dir Fionnuala Kennedy). Prime Cut’s As If for the First Time (Dir, Louise Lowe), Red Lemon’s The Generous Bank (Dir Patrick J O’Reilly), Bed Behaviour (Frantic Assembly and Prime Cut Actors Lab).
Film and Television credits include, A Bad Day for the Cut, (Six Mile Hill, Dir Chris Baugh) A Patch of Fog (Dir Michael Lennox), Stumpy’s Brae, (BBC NI, Six Mile Hill Productions, Dir Chris Baugh), Behold the Lamb (Dir. John McIlduff).
In The Shadow Of The State, Milk and Marble (Visual Artists Sarah Browne and Jesse Jones).
Louise has written and directed many Youth productions across NI and is the director of Time To Shine Drama.
Awards: Boys of Foley Street, Best Production, Entertainment.ie
For Sunder. Judges’ Special Award: ANU Productions For sustained imaginative engagement with the commemoration of 1916 throughout the year. Irish Times Theatre Awards.
Rosie co founded physical theatre company Red Lemon with Patrick J O'Reilly. Over the years Red Lemon received critical acclaim with shows including Tart, Kissing Marigolds, The Weein and Flesh Dense.
Rosies other theatre credits include; 'The Pirates of Portrush' Theatre of Pluck 'Flesh and Blood Women', Greenshoot Productions, ‘Macbeth’ and ‘Marianne Dreams’; Replay Theatre Company, ‘Antigone’; Primecut Productions, ‘The Secret Door’; Spanner in the Works and ‘All Souls Night’; Centre Stage.
TV credits include; ‘Line of Duty’ and ‘Paula’, BBC.
This is Rosie's first time working with Rawlife and she is delighted to be part of such an exciting production.
Antoinette studied Drama at Queens University after returning from Living and working in New York City.
Antoinette is also Artistic director of Karma Theatre Company and works as a Drama tutor and facilitator. She is delighted to be working with Rawlife again after playing Berdine in their production of “Physco Beach Party” many moons ago.
Other previous theatre and television credits include: "Operation Carnage" with Big Tele Theatre Company directed by Zoe Seaton:" Fireworks" with Tinderbox theatre company directed by PJ O Rielly: "The West Awakes”," Titans” (Directed by Paula Mc Fettridge) and "The Waiting Room” (Directed by Karl Wallace) For Kabosh Theatre Company." “Medal in the Drawer” directed by Brenda Winter, An Evening with Oscar" directed by David Grant, "Fly Me to the Moon" For GEST theatre company in Gothenburg, Sweden directed by Gary Whitaker." Lay up yer Ends" for GBL productions directed by Ian McElhinney," A Happy Medium" For David Hull productions directed by Dorothy Paul, Television and Film credits include" The Fall" BBC," Betrayal of Trust" BBC, "Give my head Peace" BBC "Mickybo and Me" by Terry Loane and" Stand Off" By Terry George.