Róisín is a graduate of Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, London. Recent work includes playing Jeursha Abbott in the Irish Premier of ‘Daddy Long Legs’ in Smock Alley Theatre, Grace Farrell in ‘Annie’ and Nancy in 'Oliver!' both at the National Concert Hall and ‘Scrooge' with Tommy Steele at the London Palladium, West End, in which she understudied and played Ghost of Christmas Past and Helen/Isabel. She toured with ‘Evita' (UK & International Tour) understudying the role of Eva Peron and also with ‘Riverdance' (USA & German Tour) understudying and performing the lead singer role. Favourite past roles include Kathleen in ‘Flynn’ (Peacock Stage, Abbey Theatre), Caoimhe in ‘The Promise' (Helix Theatre) , Adele in the West End premier of ‘A Man of No Importance' (Arts Theatre, London), Beggar Woman in 'Sweeney Todd' (Union Theatre, London), and Eliza Doolittle in 'My Fair Lady' and Gigi in 'Gigi', both at the Gaiety Theatre .Róisín can be seen in her own New York style cabaret show ‘Broadway & Other Stories’ in various theatres in Ireland.
Róisín Sullivan can be seen in her own New York style cabaret show ‘Broadway & Other Stories’ on June 8th, 7.30pm in Bewleys Café Theatre. An intimate evening of song with accompaniment from musical arranger David Wray and cellist Gerald Peregrine.
Róisín sings a range of heartfelt, lyric driven songs from the New York cabaret circuit, along with much loved classics by Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Andrew Lloyd Webber,Stephen Sondheim and The Beatles.
Róisín was thrilled to play the part of Jerusha Abbot in the Irish Premier of Daddy Long Legs.Here you can watch her perform The Colour Of Your Eyes.
Burn - Hamilton.
I Couldn't Know Someone Less - Daddy Long Legs.
'Other stand out performances came from Roisin Sullivan as the Ghost of Christmas Past. She gave an elegant performance and her voice was stunning'West End Frame
'Sullivan, who looked almost ethereal in Adele's floral dress and beige heels, handled the underwritten Adele's dramatic scenes with ease and maturity, sparkled when on stage and more than convinced of the peculiar balance between innocent and secretive that her conflicted character demands.'Miriam Zendle - Westend/Broadwayworld
'‘The singing is just a joy… Special mentions to …Roisin Sullivan (Beggar Woman) … whose voices will stay with me for days.'Radica Anipke - whatsonstage.com
'Her singing and acting never failed to grip the attention... an enchanting performance from an exciting new talent'Dick O'Riordan - The Sunday Business Post