Shane Corcoran

Shane is an actor and Drama teacher who graduated from MTU, Cork School of Music  (B.A in Theatre and Drama Studies) in October of 2019 and went on to gain his associate  Drama teaching Diploma from London College of Music under the tutelage of Mary  Curtin. (A.L.C.M T.Dip) in 2021. He is also a LAMDA Gold Medalist. 

Theatre credits include: ‘Donal’ in a rehearsed reading of Cockeyed Caravan as part of  SHOW 2019 (Katrina Foley, TDC, 2019) ‘Dec’ in Mind That, T’is Me Brother (Johnny  Hanrahan, Kinsale Arts Festival/Cork Arts Theatre, 2019), ‘Ensemble’ in the 2019 Irish Times Theatre Award winning production of How It Is: Part I (Gare St. Lazare Ireland,  Judy Hegarty-Lovett, Everyman Palace Theatre, 2018) and ‘Jonah’ in BLINK (Killian  Collins, Central Arts Theatre, 2017). 

TV/Film Credits: The Evening Redness of The South which has gone on to win 14  international film festival awards, (Colin Hickey, 2019) The Young Offenders: Season 2 (Tom Marshall, 2019) ‘Giorgio Joyce’ in Shem The Penman Sings Again (Padraig  Trehy, 2015) and The Genius Of George Boole (Stephen Mizelas, 2015). 

Audio Drama Credits: ‘Adam’ in LUCYD: An Audio Drama Podcast (Liam Cuthbert,  2017/18). Walter Kane: Broken Pieces Podcast, performing the short story On Hold (Alan Burn, 2018).  

Music Video Credits: So Much, So Few (Elbe, Jack Ahern, 2022), Bright Blue Screens (SAL, Barra Vernon, 2019) 

Shane is very much looking forward to working with the CPA team and students.