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Maggie Cronin

Area for Work

  • All Northern Ireland

Role

  • Creative Team
  • Other
  • Drama Tutor
  • Theatre maker
  • Actor

Age Range

Age range - 45- 60

Training

Nene College Northampton BA in Combined Studies - Major Subject Drama

Webber Douglas Academy Of Dramatic Art - Post Graduate Diploma in Acting

Queens University Belfast - MA in Creative Writing (Distinction)

Scott Williams at The Impulse Company - Meisner Technique Course (One
year)

About to commence a PhD October 2018 School of Arts, English and
Languages (Subject: Drama)

Previous Employers

BBC TV and Radio; ITV; Numerous independent film companies and
commercials companies;The Lyric Theatre, Kabosh, Cahoots, Prime Cut,
Paradosso Theatre Company, SJT Company, Scarborough, Phoenix Theatre
(West End)

Directing: Queens University, Outburst Festival, The Lyric Theatre Summer
scheme,

Teaching and Role Play: Lyric Theatre, Belfast Institute of Further and
Higher Education; Prima Linea; Northern Ireland Judicial Assessment Centres

Previous Notable Work

Acting:
Film: Normal People;Zoo; High Rise; Shooting For Socrates; The Shore
(Academy Award Winner for Short Film, Live Action Category)

TV:
Doctors (BBCTV - 604 episodes) United (BBCTV - BAFTA winner) Holby City,
Scapegoat; My Mother & Other Strangers (BBCTV) The Bill; Frankenstein
Chronicles (ITV) Pablo (CBBC) The Clinic (RTÉ) Marú (TG4)

Stage:
Nivelli’s War (Cahoots/Lyric and New Victory, Broadway, New York))
Shadowlands; Midsummer Nights Dream; After Easter (Lyric) Numerous plays
and readings for BBC Radio 4. Regular reader for the RNIB’s Talking Books
Short Plays: Ties That Bind: (Terra Nova Productions.);Ten Days That Shook
Belfast: Linenhall Library (Green Shoot Productions)
Writing:

Full Length Plays:
Kitty Gulliver; Shrieking Sisters: (Co- written with Carol
Moore).

One woman shows:
Greenstick Boy; A Most Notorious Woman : (Winner of Stewart Parker BBC Radio Drama Award)
Screenplays and Short stories: Across The Water: Featured writer. (BBC2 TV)Phoenix Rising: Short story, read by Richard Dormer; BBC Radio 4. Old Year’sNight: Short story, BBC Radio Ulster. Maggie is working on a screenplay
adaptation of For The Sins Of My Mother by Marie Therese Rogers - Moloney,
published by Colourpoint Press

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Contact Details

07950365783 (Agent - Lola Williams)