Lorna Quinn, Actress

Recent Work

Lorna's recent work in theatre, film, tv and voiceover/radio



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Lorna most recently played the role of ‘Lucy Mallon’ in FAIR CITY. Prior to this, Lorna completed filming the role of ‘Alice Traynor’ in A SUNKEN PLACE, a feature film written and produced by Gerard Daly. This film was directed by Ronan O’Leary.

REDEMPTION OF A ROGUE, a feature film in which Lorna plays the role of ‘Our Lady’ opposite Aaron Monaghan, recently won two awards at the Galway Film Fleadh – ‘Best Irish Film’ and ‘Best Irish First Feature’.

Other film credits include HOW TO FAKE A WAR, a feature film directed by Rudolph Herzog, THE JOURNEY, a film starring Timothy Spall and Colm Meaney, and DARE TO BE WILD, a feature film written and directed by Vivienne De Courcy, in which Lorna played the lead supporting role.

TV credits include REBELLION (‘Mrs. McLeod’ – Second Series), LOVE/HATE (‘Elaine’ – Second Series), and FAIR CITY (‘Lucy Mallon’).

Theatre credits at ‘The Gate Theatre’ in Dublin include the role of ‘Sybil Chase’ in PRIVATE LIVES, the role of ‘Cecily Cardew’ in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, the role of ‘Elizabeth Bennet’ in PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the role of ‘Lady Gertrude Chiltern’ in AN IDEAL HUSBAND, the role of ‘Kate’ in BEDROOM FARCE and the role of ‘Jo March’ in LITTLE WOMEN’.

Other theatre credits include THE GAMES PEOPLE PLAY (Rise Productions), 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.

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June 21, 2023 |

Bloomsday in the Barn 2023

Readings, Music and Song Dolphins Barn – Sunday, June 18th. A celebration of James...

June 3, 2022 |

GiddyUp’s Way – Rehearsed Reading

GiddyUp’s Way By Ciara Cassoni GiddyUp’s Way takes place over the course of a weekend in a hotel where Joe and Saoirse have just arrived. Through them and the people they meet, we learn about loss, judgement and trying to let the light shine through the cracks. Director: Ronan Leahy. Cast: Lauren Larkin, Stephen Jones, Liam Carney, Lorna Quinn. Venue: Solstice Arts Centre – Navan. Date: June 1st...

April 1, 2022 |

SUSAN – Rehearsed Reading.

Susan By Ann Russell Directed by Gerard Lee Susan is angry; placed in a nursing home, she feels trapped, abandoned, powerless and ignored. She has a memory, elusive but persistent. Is it real or not? How can she be sure and what does she do with the rage it generates? SUSAN: Helen Roche KAREN: Lorna Quinn BREEGE: Deirdre Monaghan PEGGY: Paula Greevy-Lee ADRIANA: Michelle Lucy Stage Directions: Cate Russell Script Development: Gerard Lee Design consultant: Maree Kearns Funded by the Arts Council: Project Funding 2021. Supported by the Irish Theatre Institute and The New...

January 23, 2022 |

Fair City – 2021

Fair City – 2021 Role – Lucy...

January 16, 2022 |

OLD BOYS – Script Development Week

‘Old Boys’ by Leo Lynch Director: Liam Halligan Script Development Week January 10th – 14th 2022 with Barry John Kinsella, Ronan Leahy & Lorna Quinn. Draíocht Theatre | Blanchardstown. ‘Old Boys’ is a new play which explores ‘the culture of silence’ that existed in many secondary schools in Ireland run by religious orders during the 1980s. The play will be set in a Principle’s office in 1982. It will focus on three hard working teachers who attempt to deal with a serious allegation made against one of their colleagues. Over the course of one day, the play will look at how these opposing characters deal with what is happening under their noses. Are questions asked?...

June 7, 2021 |

Ever Felt – First Fortnight Festival 2021.

Ever Felt – A personal exploration and honest sharing about social anxiety. This piece was part of the First Fortnight Festival 2021 – Ireland’s Mental Health Arts & Culture Festival. Full piece: Post-show...

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