Caoimhe was last seen on stage in Arachnophilia as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival.
Originally from Clare, Caoimhe Mulcahy, graduated from the Gaiety School of Acting’s full time course in 2015.
Her most recent theatre roles include Bellhop in ARACHNOPHILIA (Fancy Vegas Productions/Octopus Soup) at the 2018 Dublin Fringe Festival and Fox in THE LITTLE PRINCE – an adaptation by Tartartus Theatre Company.
She played the role of Julia and musician in THE CHASTITUTE at the Gaiety Theatre directed by Michael Scott. Previous to this she played Aisling in the world premiere of DUSK (Red Iron Productions) written by the Horslip’s Eamon Carr and directed by Denis Conway. She also took on the dual roles of Realtin and Kate in a staged adaptation of Donal Ryan’s best-selling book THE SPINNING HEART, directed by Paul Brennan.
Recent theatre roles include Aisling in the world premiere of DUSK (Red Iron Productions) written by the Horslip’s Eamon Carr and directed by Denis Conway. She also took on the dual roles of Realtin and Kate in a staged adaptation of Donal Ryan’s best-selling book THE SPINNING HEART, directed by Paul Brennan.
Caoimhe also appeared as Clara in FALLING directed by Sarah Bradley of Octopus Soup Theatre Company, Bianca in IN SEARCH OF THE SPRING and took on the role of Emer in Blue Heart Theatre Company’s FRAY, directed by Lee Wilson.
In her graduation play THE FULL MOON HOTEL, written by Philip Doherty, Caoimhe played the role of Sally.
Her Shakespearean roles include Tranio in THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, Ursula in MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (both with Fortunes Fool’s Productions) and Miranda in THE TEMPEST (with E.N.D.A’s at Schauspielhaus Bochum).
Caoimhe has performed in a number of children’s theatre productions, as characters such as Fairy Christmas and Fairy Amelinda with Ofegus Theatre Company.
She is also co-founder of Pig Island Theatre Company, whose debut play CLICK THIS premiered at Smock Alley earlier this year, in which she played the roles of Caoimhe and Celeb 3.
Caoimhe also starred as the title character in the short film TRIXIE, which was the winner of a Royal Television Society award. She also played Ciara in Viko Nicki’s short film Mask.
Caoimhe graduated from N.U.I.Galway with an Honours B.A. in Theatre and Performance and she also holds a Performer’s Diploma A.L.S.M.D. from the Leinster School of Music.
Caoimhe is a comfortable German speaker and an accomplished singer and musician, playing concertina, piano and fiddle.