We were delighted to see Castaway member Mary Ryan on Ros na Rún’s Facebook homepage. Her character Maggie’s storyline is certainly garnering a lot of interest if this RTÉ piece is anything to go by.. https://www.rte.ie/entertainment/soap-storylines/2017/1011/911636-ros-na-run-oct-10-12/ To catch up with Maggie and all the other Ros na Rún inhabitants check out their new episodes every Tuesday & Thursday or […]
Mary Ryan is fast becoming one of our favourite characters on Ros na Rún with a storyline and performance that unveils new mysteries every week. We’re chuffed she’s going down so well and hope her character Maggie continues to shake things up for the characters of Ros na Rún for many months to come! Here […]
Keeping it in the family, both Mary Ryan and Ciarán Mc Mahon will be spotted performing extracts from James Joyce’s Ulysses in Kennedys Pub of Westland Row at 11am tomorrow. Best of luck guys, we hope you have a great Bloomsday and add to the day’s festivities in your own unique way!
Maggie O Cadháin’s appearance caused a great stir in Ros na Rún last wk! Stayed tuned in for Castaway member Mary Ryan’s great storyline! Well done Mary <3
Mary Ryan poses with fellow PRIME participants, Eláine Donnelly from the Irish Theatre Institute, dramaturg Hanna Slattne & Bealtaine Festival‘s Karen Hennessy for PRIME 2017. Well done on being selected for this exciting engagement Mary!
Mary Ryan & Donagh Deeney are working hard at the moment with Ros Na Rún
SEVEN WOMEN (a drama doc that Mary Ryan worked on) has won an Accolade Global Film Competition Award in the following categories: Award of Excellence Special Mention: Documentary Short Award of Excellence: History / Biographical Award of Excellence: Tourism / Travel Congrats Mary You can see more on their website here: http://accoladecompetition.org/
Mary Ryan has filmed in the role of Mary Mc Loughlin in Tile Films 1 hour drama docu #SevenWomen Filmed in Newman House, the documentary is based on statements made by seven women who fought during the Easter Rising. SEVEN WOMEN will be broadcast on RTÉ in February 1916