Gravest Hit wins Award!

Recently, Gravest Hit won the ‘Best Ensemble Cast Award’ at the Big Fridge International Film Festival. Delighted to be part of a very talented cast and crew with this darkly hilarious, special film.

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Update: A Quarrel with Myself, Breakdown of Skins & Haven

In November, Maggie was delighted to take part in Kabosh’s Zoom production of “A Quarrel with Myself” by Vincent Higgins, for the Being Human Festival. This is a UK wide festival of the humanities  led by the School of Advanced Study in conjunction with UK Universities and the Arts and Humanities Research Council. In September, […]

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Theatre Review: Shrieking Sisters

Maggie Cronin and Carol Moore tell the story of Ireland’s militant suffragettes ‘There is only so long one can ask for something politely.’ So speaks the character of Lillian Metge in Shrieking Sisters at the Linen Hall Library in the wake of International Women’s Day, celebrated each year on March 8. The play or rehearsed […]

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Letter To My Younger Self The Big Issue 

Interview: Letter to my younger self

What would you say to your 16-yearold self if you could go back in time? Every issue we ask a well-known name to offer their younger self, words of wisdom. This issue, Belfast’s Maggie Cronin, an award winning actress and writer who appeared in the Academy Award winning ‘The Shore’ and family favourites like Doctors […]

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The Kitchen, The Bedroom & The Grave

The Kitchen, the Bedroom and the Grave

Maggie will play the role of Martha in The Kitchen, The Bedroom and The Grave. Written by Donal O’Hagan | Directed by Richard Lavery. Up-and-coming journalist Dempsey loves his London life – but is suddenly shipped home to Belfast to make a documentary on the changing face of good ol’ Norn Iron. A Christmas visitor […]

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Carol and Laura in performance

Reading of Shrieking Sisters

A reading of Shrieking Sisters will be performed at The Linenhall Library on 4th March 2014 2pm. Admission free. Written by Maggie Cronin and Carol Moore. Performed by Maggie Cronin, Laura Hughes and Carol Moore

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