Róisín is a
graduate of Mountview Academy
of Theatre Arts, London, where she studied Musical Theatre. She most recently
played the role of Nancy in Oliver! The Musical at the National Concert Hall Dublin
(2015/2016). A career highlight has been appearing alongside Tommy Steele
in ‘Scrooge’ at the London Palladium, (2012/2013) in which she played
‘Chestnut Seller’ and understudied and played ‘Ghost of
Christmas Past’. In
2012 Róisín created
the role of ’Caoimhe’ in the new
Irish musical ‘The Promise’ at The Helix, Dublin and prior to that
she toured with the cast of ‘Evita’ for Bill Kenwright Ltd as understudy ‘Eva Peron’ (UK
and International tour 2011).
In 2009 Róisín, played the role of ‘Adele
Rice’ in the European Premiere of the musical ‘A Man of No
Importance’ at the Union
Theatre, London. Following
critical acclaim, this production transferred to The Arts
Theatre, West End in 2010 where she reprised her role.
she joined the cast of ‘Sweeney Todd’ as
‘The Beggar Woman/Lucy’ at The
London also appeared in the Irish Premiere of ‘Listen to My Heart
– The Songs of David Friedman’ at Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin. She also workshopped a
new musical ‘1916 The Musical’ in London and record the
original cast album in Abbey Road Studios.
work includes understudying and performing the lead singer role in 'Riverdance' in America, Canada, Germany and in The
Gaiety Theatre, Dublin (2004-2005). She was the resident lead performer
in 'Normandy Nights Cabaret' (2005) which took place nightly on
board cruise vessel The M.V. Normandy and workshopped new
musical 'Alvaro's Balcony' in Her Majesty's Theatre, London (2007) and new musical ‘Grace’ for Abhann Productions (2004). Other credits in Ireland include
'Eliza Doolittle' in 'My Fair Lady' (2004), ‘Gigi’ in 'Gigi (2005)', (both at The Gaiety Theatre), ‘Phoebe Meryll’ in 'Yeoman of the Guard' at
The National Concert Hall,
Dublin (2004) and ‘Anne Dindon’ in 'La
Cage aux Folles' at the SFX, Dublin
(2003). Whilst studying at Mountview, she
played ‘Peggy’ in 'Godspell' (Chelsea Theatre, London), ‘Golde’ in 'Fiddler on the Roof' and ‘Procne’ in 'The Love of the
TV credits include ‘Alison’ in 'Play it Safe'
produced for the NSPCC, a TV commercial for ‘Boots’,
‘Mandy’ in the short film ‘Treatment’
and ‘Kitchen Girl’ in 'The Tale of Sweeney Todd' produced
for Sky, starring Joanna Lumley and Ben Kingsley.
details on 'Spotlight'