KEN'S HEADSHOT  Ken’s recent film work includes roles in ‘Jack’ in 'All Good Things' (M.U.I Media); 'Derek' in 'The Drummer And The Goalkeeper' (Irish Film Board) and The Detective in 'Guilty' (Undoubtedly Guilty Prods) Winner Best Actor in 48Hour Film Awards 2015; 'Fr.Sean' in 'A Good Friday' (London Film School); notable TV credits include a reprised 'Paddy Coyle' (Fair City RTE) and 'Gerald' (Game of Thrones Season II HBO).




Roisin trained at the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College Dublin and at Wolverhampton University. Roisin has worked and toured around the country with TIE, O'Casey Theatre, Blue Raincoat Sligo and the Dublin Fringe Festival. She also set up her own speech and drama school where she teaches and directs. After taking a few years away from performing to raise her three daughters she returned to the Axis with "The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning” and has been a part of MAMS and their Abbey Theatre show "Observe The Son of Ulster.”




Carmel is best known to audiences as Geraldine Creagh, a character she played in RTE's 'Fair City' for six years. She is a co-founder of Inis Theatre and co-wrote and performed in most of their plays- 'The World's Wife', 'Lady Susan', 'To Kill a Deadman' and 'Tick My Box!’. Other theatre work includes projects with 'Fishamble Theatre Company' and 'The Ark’. Her first screen role was as Carmel Doherty in 'Ros na Rún' and she returns to Tg4 this November in their new drama series 'Fir Bolg’.





Deirdre is currently a full-time student at Griffith College. She has performed in local Louth & Meath County amateur theatre productions including ‘Les Miserables’, ‘Oklahoma’ & ‘Mamma Mia’. She also served as the the head choreographer for the latter two productions and for the production of ’The Addams Family




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