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Damien Kivlehan stars as Jesus of Nazareth in Bardic Superstar

Time to unviel who is performing the iconic Jesus of Nazareth role in our exciting production of Jesus Christ Superstar.

It's none other than Damien Kivlehan from Co. L'Derry. Read all about Damien and his years of experience working in many aspects of Theatre, TV and film. From ITV's Superstar to BBC's Let It Shine and even a cameo in Game of Thrones. We hope your as excited as we are.

ABOUT DAMIEN KIVLEHAN

Bardic Meets . . . Stephanie Faloon

Quite simply a woman who needs no introduction. Now artistic director of the Bardic, Stephanie is now in her fifth year of directing our annual musical offering. BardicTheatre.com caught up with Stephanie amongst an extremely tight and busy technical rehearsal ahead of this Friday's opening performance. 

1. Hi Stephanie, welcome to your very first appearance on Bardic Meets. The most obvious question is How do you juggle all three roles of; A Producer, Director AND an on-stage performer? 

Bardic Meets . . . Finton Daly

Hi Finton, Welcome to your very first interview with BardicTheatre.com, cheers for taking some time out from the rehearsal room. You’ve been with us for the best part of a decade for but pershaps not everyone knows you so let's begin with the basics...

 

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself?

Bardic Meets . . . Mark Casey

In anticipation of our brand new production of Jesus Christ Superstar, inspired by the massively successful Arena Tour we've decided to introduce you to some of this years cast. First up is none other than Mark. A name many locals may recognise from the music scene but not too familar with the Bardic family. 

1. Hi Mark, Welcome to Bardic Meets. For those who might know you, tell us who you are and what you do? 

Hey there Guys, My Name is Mark Casey. I'm from Cookstown but live in Coagh and I'm a professional singer

Jesus Christ Superstar returns to Bardic

ROCK CLASSIC JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR RETURNS TO DONAGHMORE

Steph & Friends is returns for One Night Only

An Evening with Steph & Friends

NEW SONGS • NEW GUESTS

‘There’s Always Me’ video released. Recorded Live at All Shook Up

 

MEET DEAN: Haydn Cullen

In the latest series of our 'BARDIC MEETS . . .' we chat to company newcomer Haydn Cullen who shares his role of 'Dean' with Jordan Donnelly. Haydn plays opposite Rachel McKenna's 'Lorraine' in All Shook Up as the two teenagers go on their own romantic journey throughout the show. 

All Shook Up opens tomorrow night and limited tickets available for the premiere can be booked here

MEET LORRAINE: RACHEL McKENNA

In todays' 'BARDIC MEETS . . .' BardicTheatre.com chats to Rachel McKenna. Rachel has been on the Bardic stage regularly for the past six years as an ensemble member but will play ‘Lorraine’ in her first principle role in All Shook Up. Here she chat’s with us about her dance accolades, her character and loads more.

Hi Rachel, Thanks for talking with BardicTheatre.com. We appreciate that time is tight as your super busy on production week.

 

MEET SHERIFF EARL: Brian Mills

In todays' 'BARDIC MEETS . . .', BardicTheatre.com chats to long standing Bardic veteran, Brian Mills from Dungannon. Millsy, as he's affectionately known as amongst cast and crew, began his long standing association with Bardic when he starred as Society Max / Joey Biltmore in Guys And Dolls in Bardic's 1998 musical offering.

 

Hi Brian, Let's get straight to it . .  .!

1. What's your favourite Elvis number from All Shook Up and why?

MEET CHAD: Sean O'Neill

'Bardic Meets . . .' continues today with the star of our show, Sean O'Neill from Ardboe who takes on his first lead role in a Bardic Theatre production. He'll be playing the rostabout himself 'Chad' in All Shook Up

Hi Sean, Thanks for dropping in with BardicTheatre.com, here we go . . . 

1. You've been with Bardic for two years now but this is your first starring role, how does that feel to have that honour so soon? 

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