Dervla Kirwan stars in Dear England by James Graham at the West End’s Prince Edward Theatre in London.
Dervla Kirwan is an Irish actor, acclaimed for her roles on stage and screen.
Her awards include a National Theatre Award for her role in TV series Ballykissangel, and a London Independent Film Festival award for movie Entity.
Dervla’s theatre credits include Macbeth (Chichester Festival Theatre); Jesus Hopped The A Train (The Young Vic); King Lear (Chichester Festival Theatre); Mr Foote’s Other Leg (Hampstead Theatre, West End); Frankie and Johnny (Chichester Festival Theatre); The Weir (Donmar Warehouse, West End); Uncle Vanya (Chichester Festival Theatre); Betrayal (Donmar Warehouse); Aristocrats (National Theatre); and Hush (Royal Court Theatre).
Her TV credits include True Detective; The Reunion; Smother; The Stranger; Silent Witness; Strangers; Strike Back; Krypton; Safe House; The Fuse; The Silence; Agatha Christie’s Marple; Material Girl; Moving On; Law And Order: UK; True Dare Kiss; Doctor Who; Casanova; 55 Degrees North; Hearts And Bones; Happy Birthday Shakespeare; Randall & Hopkirk; Dalziel & Pascoe; Ballykissangel; and Goodnight Sweetheart.
On Film, Dervla has appeared in The Keeper; Interlude in Prague; Luna; Silent Hours; Entity; Ondine; Dangerous Parking; School for Seduction; December Brides; With or Without You; and Pete’s Meteor.