Margaret graduated from the 2 year full-time acting course in the Gaiety School of Acting in 2010. Since then she has worked in many productions including Chris in ‘Broadening’ directed by Ronan Phelan (Rough Magic – associate director) for the ABSOLUTE Fringe Festival in The Lir Studio 2 (2012), Emily in ‘Digging for Fire’ directed by Matt Torney (Rough Magic – associate director) in the Project Arts Centre (2013), and as Robin in the touring production of ‘Jezebel’ directed by Lynne Parker (Rough Magic) (2014). In 2015 she toured around Ireland and England with the highly successful ‘My English Tongue, My Irish Heart’ directed by Martin Lynch (Greenshoot Productions) which started its run, in Belfast’s Waterfront Studio. In 2016 she wrote and produced her own show with the Show in a Bag initiative entitled ‘The Humours of Bandon’ which enjoyed rave reviews, a sell-out run in Bewley’s Café Theatre @ Powerscourt and earned her the ‘Bewley’s Little Gem Award’ as well as a nomination for Best Performer at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Awards 2016. To round off a very successful 2016, she played Betsy/ensemble in The Abbey Theatre’s production of ‘Anna Karenina’ dir. Wayne Jordan, in a new version of the Tolstoy classic revisited by celebrated Irish playwright Marina Carr, which enjoyed a sell-out run and played to the end of January 2017.
Fishamble: The New Play Company are currently producing ‘The Humours of Bandon’ and Margaret has performed in venues nationwide as part of the spring leg of her tour including a sell-out 3 week run in Bewley’s Café Theatre in March. Full details of this and her upcoming tour dates are available at http://fishamble.com/the-humours-of-bandon/
Margaret enjoys performing in comedy sketches online. Her two most popular videos include ‘The Fiscal Treaty spoof vid’ (doletv) which has garnered nearly 60,000 views on youtube and ‘Are Chairs like Facebook’ which has over 206,000 views.
Margaret is also a former champion Irish Dancer and teaches modern, jazz and hip hop dancing in the Gaiety School of Acting for their summer Triple Threat boot camp.
In addition to her acting credits, Margaret also works with toBE, a forum theatre company, as an actor, improviser and deviser.
Margaret is a strong alto singer having starred in musicals and dance shows as a child, teenager and college student. She played one of the principal parts in the Scottish opera version of Leonard Bernstein’s ‘Candide’ directed by the late Gerry Haugh which opened the O’Reilly Theatre in January 2000.
Margaret has her own car and a full clean driver’s licence.
|Big Deal||Claudia||Coming Up Films
|Camera Shy||Deborah||Peter Dunne|
|Fiscal Treaty spoof video||Politician/Presenter||doletv productions
|I am Spoon||Anne||Alan Mulligan|
|Pactum Est Praecipitox||Ms Lambe||Peter Dunne|
|SMOLT||Mallet's Ma||Michael Higgins|
|The Humours of Bandon||Annie / Various||Fishamble - nationwide spring tour
|Anna Karenina||Betsy / Ensemble||Abbey Theatre
|The Humours of Bandon||Annie / Various||Bewley's Cafe Theatre @ Powerscourt
|My English Tongue My Irish Heart||Ensemble/Various||Green Shoot Productions
|Deeds of Deceit||Verity White||Speckintime Productions
|The King's Feet||Amanda||Chalk Talk Productions
|Digging for Fire||Emily||Rough Magic
|Clear the Air||Lisa||Underscore_Productions
|The Steward of Christendom||Annie Dunne||T36
|Iphigenia in Aulis||Chorus||Classic Stage Ireland
|Richard III||Duchess of York||Fast & Loose Productions
|Faustus!||Mephistopheles||Smock Alley Theatre
|The Comedy of Errors||Antiphola of Syracuse||Shakespeare in the Park
|Casa Lisa||Hanna||Project Arts Centre
|On Raftery's Hill||Sorrel Raftery||T36
|Commedia dell'Arte||Corn Exchange Theatre Company||Tutor - Annie Ryan|
|Actor Training Course||Gaiety School of Acting, Dublin 2||2yrs Fulltime|
|Singing: Alto – Musical Theatre, Rock, Pop, Folk, Country, Soul.|
Very good with accents. Stage Combat. Champion Irish Dancer. Writer. Comedy Improv. Full Driving Licence. Advanced Open Water PADI cert. Physical Theatre. Mime. Voiceover
We’re wishing Margaret Mc Auliffe all the luck in the world for her Edinburgh Fringe festival press night tonight! Directed by Stefanie Preissner (pictured), her self-penned show ‘The Humours of Bandon’ has charmed audiences the length and breadth of the country, most recently at the West Cork Fit Up festival where tHOB broke ticket sale records going […]
Fresh from her Irish Writers’ Guild, ZeBBie win and last week’s sold-out performances at Clonmel’s Junction festival, Margaret Mc Auliffe is back on the road, this time heading to Birr Co. Offaly to perform her multi-award winning play The Humours of Bandon in Birr Theatre and Arts Centre as part of Scripts 2017, Ireland’s playwriting festival. The show starts at […]
Both Margaret Mc Auliffe and David Fennelly will be performing in a Joyce-themed event this Bloomsday 16th June, they will be doing some readings from Joyce’s emigration-themed work for EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum at CHQ (Custom House Quarter). There is a reading at 11am and there will be another at 3pm, performing a few extracts from Dubliners, […]