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MEET NATALIE: Lauren McCrory

Today begin's the first of our new 'Bardic Meets . . ' series. Over the next few weeks BardicTheatre.com will be dropping in with cast & crew to chat to them about All Shook Up, their characters, favourite Elvis' numbers and more .

Today we meet the ever lovely Lauren McCrory from Galbally. 

Hi Lauren, Thanks for taking the time out to chat with with us, here we go . . .

All Shook Up Casting Details


Bardic Theatre’s Elvis inspired musical All Shook Up, which opens on Friday 3rd February, is pleased to announce it’s principal casting.

Coming soon to Bardic

2017 is shaping up to be a very busy year in the Bardic Theatre 'What's On' calendar with stars from stage and screen making appearances throughout the first half of the year. 


The musical will commemorate the 40th Anniversary on the death of The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

Bardic Theatre is pleased to announce the musical comedy All Shook Up will open on Friday 3nd February 2017 for a strictly limited run. Tickets go on sale this Saturday 12th November with a special opening night offer of all seats priced £12.00.

An Evening with Steph & Friends close to sell out

This weekend Stephanie Faloon will perform her debut concert in Bardic Theatre with a sold out show this Saturday. The additional performance on Sunday now has very limited availability. 

Awards galore for Jamie-Lee Meneely School of Dance

Over fifty of Bardic Theatre’s young and aspiring dance students led by the Jamie-Lee Meneely School of Dance travelled to Disneyland Paris to compete at the International Festival of Dance and Performing Arts coming home with a suitcase full of awards.

Winning a grand total of Eleven Awards which included Eight Group Awards and three Solo / Duet awards;

           GROUP AWARDS

·      Primary Tap Group: 1st

·      Junior Tap Group: 1st

·      Senior Tap: 1st

Bardic Theatre scoops at International Festival

Northern Ireland’s Bardic Theatre have scooped prestigious awards this past weekend at the closing ceremony of the second Martin McDonagh International Festival in Perm, Russia with their production The Cripple of Inishmaan by Martin McDonagh

Their production, directed by Sean Faloon, was awarded ‘Best acting ensemble’ and cast member Frances Jordan scooped ‘Best Supporting Actress’.

Stephanie's show sells out Bardic

Having sold out her first ever debut solo concert in her native Donaghmore, Bardic director and performer Stephanie Faloon is thrilled to be adding a second night to 'An Evening with Steph and Friends.'  Her first concert on Saturday 22 October has sold out within weeks of going on sale and now another date has been added for Sunday 23 October.

Kathryn O'Neill

18 year old Kathryn O'Neill from Coalisland takes on a lead role with Bardic for the first time. Here, she talks about her part as Sherrie Christian in Rock of Ages and why you just have to come and see it!
ROLES PLAYED IN PREVIOUS BARDIC SHOWS: I've been performing since I was 6 years old with different companies but Rock Of Ages is only my second show with the Bardic. In last years production 'Broadway 2 Bardic' I played various roles mainly as a dancer and Fiona in Shrek.

Brian Mills

38 year old Brian Mills from Dungannon is a well known Bardic regular, having portrayed characters such as Society Max in Guys & Dolls, Pharaoh in Joseph, Mr Dussell Diary of Anne Frank, Charles Cheswick in One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, Dr Einstein in Arsenic & Old Lace, Norman Petty in The Buddy Holly Story, Mr Bumble in Oliver!, Judas in JC, Roger in Grease! Phew!! That’s a lot of lines to learn, Brian!

In Rock of Ages, Brian takes on the role of Dennis Dupree. We asked him a few questions on what it’s like to be part of this 80s singalong musical!


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