Daithí Mac Suibhne
Nick

Daithí holds a Hdip in Drama Studies from University College Dublin and was also a participant in last year’s Postgraduate Training Diploma at Queen’s University, under Anna Newell, where he performed as part of the Curious Doings Ensemble in the Belfast Children’s Festival and We Are Not Afraid, a devised piece inspired by workshops with Sheffield-based Forced Entertainment. Daithí recently took part in a professional residency with one of the UK’s foremost physical theatre companies, Frantic Assembly, hosted by Primecut Productions. He has worked with Belfast-based companies Spanner in The Works and Bruiser Theatre Company, most recently on Bruiser’s national tour of Brecht’s The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui. Other roles include Johnny in The Middle Distance (IDGTF-Shorts), Conor McPherson’s one man show Rum and Vodka (Post-Production Theatre), Puck A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Upstart Theatre), and Andrew in The Art of Murder, a short film shot in Belfast by the Ghetto Film School NYC in association with Cinemagic Belfast. He is currently in rehearsal for Paperboy and Friends with Engine-13 for the Dublin Fringe Festival.

<< Back