Lorcan Cranitch

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Lorcan Cranitch

Lorcan’s previous work at the Abbey Theatre includes Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme, Famine, The Burial at Thebes, The Only True History of Lizzy Finn, The Cherry Orchard, The Tempest, Three Sisters, No Escape, Pygmalion, The House,The Dead and King Lear. Other theatre work includes Knives in Hens, Greener, October and The Talk of the Town (Landmark Productions ), Accidental Death of an Anarchist and The Duchess of Malfi (National Theatre, London), The Herbal Bed (Royal Shakespeare Company), Red Roses for Me, The Merchant of Venice, The Custom of the Country, Juno and the Paycock, The Playboy of the Western World, Sirrocco and The Last Days of Mankind, (Citizens Theatre, Glasgow), A Whistle in the Dark and The Glory of Living (Royal Court Theatre), A Little Word of our Own and Ivanof (Donmar Warehouse), Bussy d’Ambois (Old Vic), The Cherry Orchard (Bristol Old Vic), Waiting for Godot (Sheffield Crucible), Damned by Despair (Gate London), The Field (Tricycle Theatre), The Gigli Concert (Edinburgh Festival), Mary Stewart (Grenwich), The Daughter in Law (Hampstead), The Seagull (Watford Palace), Translations (Lyric Theatre, Belfast), Philadelphia, Here I Come!, The Plough and the Stars (Gaiety Theatre), The Playboy of the Western World (Druid Theatre Company) and A Woman of No Importance, The Wicklow Wedding, The Importance of Being Earnest, A Month in the Country, The Price and Celebration (Gate Theatre). Film and television work includes Night Train, Titanic Town, The Playboys, Dancing at Lughnasa, Omagh, The Queen of Sheba’s Pearls, Penny Dreadful, Moonfleet, Love Rosie, The Venus de Milo Instead, Parnell and the English Woman, The Family, Life after Life, McCready and Daughter, The Heart Surgeon, Close Relations, Ballykissangel, Rebel Heart, Spooks, Rome, Waking the Dead, God on Trial, New Tricks, Best – His Mother’s Son, Silent Witness, The Crimson Field, Atlantis and The Last Kingdom (BBC), The Bill, Macbeth, My Fragile Heart, Hornblower, Cracker, The Street, Law and Order, Lewis, Rebus, Code of a Killer (ITV), Single-Handed, The Clinic, Seachtar na Casca (RTÉ) and Shackleton and The Palace (Channel 4). Lorcan trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

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