Some of Tara Lynne’s film credits include :
Disco Pigs, Wild About Harry , The Most Fertile Man In Ireland , Omagh, Nothing Personal , Kaos , Cycle of Violence, The Roman Spring of Mrs Stone, Bobbies Girl (HB0),
Short films include:
At Deaths Door (Fuji award winner) Last Christmas, Dinner Party, Full Circle (best actress award Cherburg) and many more.
Noteable t.v credits include : The Fall (BBC) At The Waters Edge (BBC) Touched By An Angel (CBS) Eastenders (BBC),
Over The Wall (BBC) Saturday Disney (ITV)
Some theatre credits include:
Everything Between Us / Clean Room (Tinderbox, True North project) Lay Up Your Ends (Green Shoot Productions) Somewhere Over The Balcony, The Liverpool Boat, A Midsummers Nights Dream , No Place Like Home, Translations, Of Mice And Men, The Hyperconraic and Jane Eyre (The Lyric) Cyrano de Bergerac (The Gate).
The Billy Trilogy, Remembrance (Arts Theatre Belfast and Irish Tour). Blood, Sweat and Tears, School on the Green (Big Telly Theatre Company: Riverside Theatre and Irish Tour), Wedd’ins Wee’ins and Wakes, (Lyric Theatre and Millennium Forum), Christmas Eve Can Kill You (Lyric Theatre), The Liverpool Boat (Red Lead Productions: Belfast), Some Where Over the Balcony (Balcony Productions: Irish Tour), Lay up Your Ends ( GBL Productions; Grand Opera House Belfast).The Miser (Lyric Theatre Belfast and Irish Tour) Fly Me to the Moon (Oron Mor and Paines Plough Scottish, English and Southern Irish Tour) Belongings The Old Mill
Television and Film Credits: Events at Drimaleen (BBC NI), Out of the Deep Pan (BBC NI), Divorcing Jack (Scala Productions), So You think You’ve got Troubles! (BBC NI), Dead Lands (BBC NI), Eureka Street (BBC NI), Holy Cross (BBC NI), City of Ember (Pipe Works).
ABOUT THE PLAY: FLY ME TO THE MOON
Francis and Loretta are community care workers. Davy, one of their elderly charges, has had a significant win on the horses, but he doesn’t know. When the cash-strapped women learn that Davey will not be around for a considerable time they are faced with a mouth-watering dilemma. Marie Jones is the author of the smash-hits Stones in His Pockets and Women On The Verge of HRT. Her hilarious new comedy investigates whether we are valued more in life or in death. Featuring Tara Lynne O’Neil and Katie Tumelty.
‘Fizzes with comic energy’ – Belfast News Letter
Tuesday, 1st – Saturday, 5th October 2013 @ 8pm
Civic Theatre< Tallaght, Dublin 24
€10 on opening night (Tues 1st Oct)
€20 & €16 concession
BOOK TICKETS by phoning 01 4627477 or online here.