Áine trained for her BA in Acting Studies at The Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College, and more recently at the Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting. She is currently working with Sian Ní Mhuirí on her piece 16 & Rising.
Apart from Factory Girls, her other theatre work includes Oneday (Dick Walsh Theatre) Citysong (Dylan Coburn Gray) Besieged (Sugarglass Theatre/ Columbia New York) Dolls (Dublin Theatre Festival Fringe/ First Fortnight Award) Zoe’s Play (The Ark), The Ones Who Kill Shooting Stars (Upstate Theatre Project), All Hell Lay Beneath (Sugarglass Theatre Company) and Devotion (TEAM Theatre Company/Joburg Theatre). Film and television work includes Ros na Run (TG4) and Ripper Street (BBC). Áine regularly collaborates with other artists, most recently with Amanda Coogan ( I’ll sing you a song around the town/RHA gallery) and Ella De Burca (Exercise for Seeing Stars #3/ Vienna Art Fair)
She is currently developing a children’s theatre piece with support from Cork City Council, and is a regular contributor to The Coven magazine.
Áine contributed to our feature ‘#WakingTheFeminists: ringing the alarm for gender equality in theatre’, 18 August 2016.