Keith studied Performing Arts at The Liberties College, Dublin and since graduating in 2003 his pursuits have seen him well-travelled in a career characterised by variety. He has worked on a great number of shows on the island of Ireland and the highlights of his shows abroad include clowning on a stage made of bamboo in the valley of Kathmandu with The Smile Project and donning a monofin in Taiwan to play the role of a Merman in Big Telly Theatre Company’s aquatheatre production The Little Mermaid.
Closer to home Keith’s most recent Theatre credits include Curtains (Replay Theatre Company), The Worst Café In The World (Big Telly), Epic Borders (Tinderbox) & The Tempest (Creation Theatre). He also co-created and performed an audio play this summer with Larry McGowan entitled This Man is an Island.
In addition to performing regularly on stage and appearing occasionally on television, Keith also loves visiting hospitals as a member of Aoife’s Clown Doctors and is consistently recording as a Voice-Over Artist. Furthermore, Keith loves to write. The highlight of his writing to date came in 2016 when he co-wrote Looking Deadly with the brilliant Niamh McGrath as part of the Show In A Bag initiative. The show was a great success. If they do say so themselves.
We believe you, Keith! If you don’t then you can read more brilliant and unbiased (!) reviews of Keith’s work on his website. You can also watch Keith in action here.
Keith would like to wish all fellow Hatch & Scratchers the very best with their endeavours and he’d also like to say a big FAIR PLAY to all who support/enjoy/get stuck into the ARTS. x