Liam Mcarthy
Speech & creative Drama Teacher

Liam McCarthy

Credits as a writer include A Talent for Lying (Brighton Fringe Festival/Camden Fringe, London/Chancery Lane Theatre, Dublin), Paudie (Bewley's Cafe Theatre, Dublin), Falling, (Lime Tree Theatre, Limerick/Collaborations, Dublin, Shortlisted Best Play 2015 Listowel Writer’s Week) This Night (Various Regional Radio Stations) as well as Rhapsody, A’ Hungry Feeling (DU Players, Trinity) and At Play (UC Berkeley, California). Liam is also an actor and has worked for many companies in Ireland, the UK, the US, Italy and in Spain. Favourite parts include roles in Assassins (Rough Magic Theatre Company) Tis’ Pity She’s a Whore (Selina Cartmell/Siren Productions) Daylight Robbery, The Ice Witch (Ofegus) Ciarán’s Aisling (Fishamble/10 Days in Dublin), Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing (Petersfield Shakespeare, UK) Romeo and Juliet (Barestage, California), The Merchant of Venice (Dublin Shakespeare Festival), Our Town, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, The Beauty Queen of Leenane (Zellerbach Playhouse, California) All Hell Lay Beneath (Sugarglass/Dublin Fringe), Andorra, The Ruling Class, The New Electric Ballroom, Abigail’s Party. The Insanity of Mary Gerard, What the Butler Saw, Dangerous Liaisons (Samuel Beckett Theatre) The Daft Project, The Drunk Project (Culture Box), Our Town (Island Theatre Company) and Sweeney Todd (Barespace Theatre, Limerick.) Liam has worked as a drama teacher and facilitator for the past number of years and holds a BA in Drama and Theatre Studies from Trinity College, Dublin. He is currently a programming assistant for the Ark, the children’s cultural centre in Temple Bar.