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Pauline Hutton

Beatrice Behan

Pauline trained at The Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College Dublin.

Previous work at the Lyric includes: The Cavalcaders and Christmas Eve Can Kill You.

Recent theatre credits include: A Doll's House (Pan Pan Theatre Company: Brisbane Theatre Festival); Dublin Carol (Donmar Warehouse); Lagan (Oval House Theatre); Yerma (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Crestfall (Theatre 503); Macbett; The Penelopiad; Macbeth (RSC); Family Stories (The Project Theatre, Dublin); Drama At Inish; Heavenly Bodies; Iphigenia At Aulis; Translations; The Chirpaun; Melon Farmer; On Such As We; Give Me Your Answer Do! (The Abbey Theatre and Peacock); Philadelphia, Here I Come! (Gaiety Theatre) Antigone (Project Theatre); Midden; The Whisperers (Rough Magic Theatre/Traverse Edinburgh); Tea Set (a one woman show) (Bewleys Theatre); Zoe's Play (The Ark, Dublin and Kennedy Centre, Washington); Romeo and Juliet (Second Age Theatre Company); The Lonesome West (Druid) and Translations (An GrianĂ¡n).

Film and TV credits include: Five Minutes Of Heaven (Oliver Hiesbiegal); Omagh (Bafta winner for Best Drama) (Channel 4 Films); The Closer You Get (Donegal Films); Mad About Mambo (John Forte); This Is My Father (Paul Quinn); Glenroe (RTE); Paths To Freedom (Grand Pictures) and Day One (Grand Pictures/RTE).

Radio credits include: Scenes From The Saville Enquiry (RTE) and Oedipus at Colonus (Radio 4/ RTE).