Niamh has worked with TheatreNI since 2016. On graduating from University, Niamh worked in finance in the City of London, followed by a period of travel in South East Asia and, worked in finance again whilst living in Sydney. For the past twenty-five years, Niamh has worked across the Northern Irish voluntary, community, and arts sector in policy, community engagement, development and management roles in festivals, dance, theatre and community arts. Niamh taught on the ‘Arts and Entrepreneurship’ module for the Performing Arts Degree, Ulster University, with Doctor Tanya Dean. She holds degrees in Public Administration and Information Management; a variety of professional training qualifications including in ‘Arts and Intercultural Dialogue’ and Executive Leadership. She recently acquired certification to teach English as a foreign language.
Orla McGrady has worked in the creative industries in Belfast for over twenty years. General Manager of Dance Resource Base since 2018, she has a diverse portfolio of working across many artforms. Little did she know where that box office & FOH job at the Lyric Theatre in the 1990’s would lead! She has worked for Tinderbox Theatre Company; Belfast International Arts Festival, Young at Art Ltd, and for over 10 years at Craft NI, gaining a Masters in Cultural Management along the way. She has now come full circle, and is proud to be part of newly formed Theatre & Dance NI. She brings a wealth of knowledge in organisational, operational, project delivery & management skills and of course a love of all things creative. She is very much looking forward to continuing to support our creative artists through TDNI.
Molly Rose Street
Molly Rose has been working as a professional dancer, performer, choreographer, teacher and facilitator for the past three years. Originally from Birmingham, she trained at Liverpool John Moore’s University and graduated with a BA First-Class Honours in Dance. Her notable work includes a 10-day tour around Baltimore, Maryland, as well as performing at Birmingham International Arts Festival, The National School Games Opening Ceremony and The Tate Liverpool.
In 2018, Molly decided to embark on her MA in Arts Management at Queens University Belfast and graduated in December 2019 with a Commendation. Since then, Molly has stayed in Northern Ireland establishing her career with both Dance Resource Base and Theatre NI. She is excited to be an integral part of the new Theatre and Dance NI team and looks forward to supporting the beautiful creative sector that exists here!
Kieran has been working in communications and administrative support roles in the arts sector since 2017. He has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Manchester and a BA in English and Spanish from Queen’s University Belfast.