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Kate can now be seen on stage at The Gate Theatre, in The Snapper.
Kate is a graduate of The Gaiety School of Acting (2013) and Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting (2016).
Her recent theatre credits include: The Train (Rough Magic Theatre Company, Abbey Theatre, MAC Belfast & Dublin Theatre Festival), The Dead (Performance Corporation, national tour), Robin Hood and his Merry Men (Gaiety Theatre Pantomime, Daryn Crosbie), The Wickedness of Oz (a show in a bag by Kate in Tiger Dublin Fringe), Town Is Dead (for which Kate was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the Irish Times Theatre Awards 2016. By Philly McMahon & Ray Scannell, Peacock Theatre), Breathless (for which Kate won Best Supporting Actress at the Irish Times Theatre Awards 2014. By John MacKenna, national tour), Little Gem (Elaine Murphy, Breda Cashe Productions, National Tour), Cornerstones (Smock Alley Theatre, Civic Theatre) and Petals (A one-woman show by Gillian Greer, Nominated for Best New Play at the Irish Times Theatre Awards 2014, Theatre Upstairs).
Her tv/film credits include: Striking Out (Blinder Films, RTE), The Nation Holds Its Breath (Lexus Short Films, Weinstein Company, Kev Cahill), Fair City (RTE) and The Legend of Longwood (dir. by Lisa Mulcahy for Grand Pictures).
Kate is a founding member of The Cup Theatre Company and her writing credits include: The Wickedness of Oz, A Picture of Us: A (sort of) Musical and Stella full of Storms (for which Kate won the Oscar Wilde New Writing Award at Dublin Gay Theatre Festival 2015).
Kate is currently in rehearsals for The Great Gatsby at the Gate Theatre, the first show in Selina Cartmell’s inaugural programme.