Kate was appointed Manager of the DLR Mill Theatre in June 2016. Previously she worked at the Gaiety School of Acting as the Shakespeare Schools Programmer. Kate directs at the Mill for Sunflower productions, most recent productions include The Importance of Being Earnest and The Playboy of The Western World. Previously she directed King Lear, Romeo and Juliet, Othello, Macbeth and The Importance of Being Earnest at Smock Alley Theatre. Kate has a particular interest in Arts Education and thoroughly enjoys her work with the Mill Youth Theatre. She is so proud of what the venue has to offer and of the wonderful companies, local groups, staff & volunteers which keep the flame burning.
Barry’s favourite Care Bear is Grumpy Bear. In his spare time, Barry makes honey.
Marketing and Gallery Manager:
Aoife can’t imagine not working in the Arts. Theatre work includes stage management, box office & FOH management, audience development and currently Marketing Manager here in dlr Mill Theatre.
Visual Arts is also a big passion, with a MA in Visual Arts Practices and a Degree in Fine Art, Aoife has been curating dlr Mill Theatre’s gallery for many years. Aoife also designs many in-house productions and dlr Mill Theatre projects’ promo material.
Kris loves long walks on the beach and a cup of complan before bed. He also enjoys ironing.
Box Office Supervisor and Education Programme Manager:
Helen has worked in the Arts for more years than she would like to admit to; she has worked as an Administrator in Theatre, Opera, Film and Television working for organisations such as RTE, BBC, Opera Ireland, dlr Arts Office, the National Concert Hall and the Royal Academy of Music.
Helen has been working in dlr Mill Theatre for 3 years as Box Office & Front of House Manager and also as Education Programme Manager for Primary and Secondary Schools.
Liam twilights as dlr Mill Theatre’s Bar Manager usually 24/7. He does a very good English accent and is a beautiful dancer.