Siobhan McSweeney

Siobhán McSweeney (Derry Girls) recently starred in Brian Friel’s Olivier Award-winning play Dancing at Lughnasa at the National Theatre, directed by Josie Rourke.

Siobhán’s theatre credits include Pity and How to Hold Your Breath at the Royal Court; One Voice at the Old Vic; Autumn Royal at the Everyman; Katie Roche at the Abbey, Dublin; The Alchemist for the RSC and the Barbican; Fathers and Sons at the Donmar Warehouse; Uncle Vanya at the Lyric, Belfast; Translations at Curve, Leicester; Dancing at Lughnasa at Birmingham Rep; Stars in the Morning Sky for Jagged Fence; Life is a Dream and 4:48 Psychosis for Rough Magic; The Flags at the Royal Exchange, Manchester; and Midden at Oldham Coliseum; and for the National Theatre, her credits include Dancing at Lughnasa, As You Like ItThe Captain of Köpenick, The KitchenMother Courage and her Children, and England People Very Nice.

On TV, Siobhán’s credits include Derry Girls, The Great Pottery Throwdown, Extraordinary, Holding, Redemption, Exploring Northern Island, Anthony, Porters, Collateral, The Cloud, No Offence, The Fall and London Irish.

Her film work includes Louis Wain, Nowhere Special, Extraordinary, Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass and The Wind that Shakes the Barley.

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InterviewSiobhán McSweeney: ‘I think The Great Pottery Throw Down saved my life’ (Adrian Lobb, The Big Issue, 26 March 2023) - Read more
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