Lorna’s most recent theatre credit was playing the role of ‘Sybil Chase’ in PRIVATE LIVES by Noel Coward at the Gate Theatre in Dublin. This production was directed by Patrick Mason.
Other theatre credits include the role of ‘Cecily Cardew’ in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, also at the Gate Theatre, and directed by Patrick Mason. This production subsequently toured to Charleston, South Carolina where it was performed during the ‘Spoleto Festival USA 2016’.
In 2015, Lorna reprised her role as ‘Elizabeth Bennet’ with the Gate Theatre’s production of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE for a sell-out run at the ‘Hong Kong International Arts Festival’. Following this, Lorna went on to reprise her role as ‘Niamh’ in RISE Productions award winning play THE GAMES PEOPLE PLAY for a twenty-venue tour nationwide.
Other theatre credits at the Gate Theatre include AN IDEAL HUSBAND (Directed by Ethan McSweeny/ Playing the role of ‘Lady Gertrude Chiltern’), BEDROOM FARCE (Directed by Alan Stanford/ Playing the role of ‘Kate’) and LITTLE WOMEN (Directed by Michael Barker-Caven/ Playing the role of ‘Jo March’).
Earlier notable theatre credits include THE BRIDGE BELOW THE TOWN (Livin Dred Theatre Company), TIC by Elizabeth Moynihan and directed by Joe Devlin, PLASTICINE (Corcadorca), SKIN AND BLISTERS (TEAM Educational Theatre Company), WALNUTS REMIND ME OF MY MOTHER by Elizabeth Moynihan and directed by Noelle Browne, JANE EYRE (City Theatre Dublin. Playing the role of ‘Jane Eyre’), ROCK PAPER SCISSORS (Performance Lab), FERRY TALES/50 WAYS TO LEAVE DÚN LAOGHAIRE (Carpet Theatre Company) and I, KEANO (Lane Productions).
Lorna is currently based in Dublin.