Clodagh Deegan

International Mentorship & Bursary 2015/6
Mentor: Stewart Laing of Untitled Projects

 

Clodagh Deegan

Clodagh has been working in Costume for about twenty years. She initially worked in Film & TV on productions including The Butcher Boy, Angela’s Ashes and Lenny Abrahamson’s Prosperity.

More recently she has worked in Theatre and Opera, working as assistant on the Abbey Theatre’s Death of a Reluctant Tyrant, supervising Glengarry Glen Ross in the Gate Theatre and Wide Open Opera’s production of Nixon in China at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre.

Clodagh designed costumes for Wide Open Opera’s Things we Throw Away, and The Oldest Woman in Limerick. In 2015 she supervised Opera Theatre Company’s touring production of Rigoletto and designed the Irish section of Danish film, Birds Across the Strait.

For Pan Pan’s International Mentorship programme, Clodagh will work to write and design a play about finding or making a space for ones’ self.

 

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