Eibhleann is a writer and director based in Galway City Centre. Through staging five original productions over the past three years, Eibhleann has used her voice to explore issues facing Irish teens and the influence of social media in our day to day lives. While making use of verse and rhyme, Eibhleann brings the virtual space into the theatrical, in order to tackle generational conflict, influencer culture and the resulting mental health challenges.
Eibhleann is a graduate of The National University of Ireland, Galway. She earned an honours degree in Drama, Theatre and Performance with English. Her work has been featured in The Galway Summer Drama Festival and Scene + Heard Festival in Dublin. She was one of four artists selected to take part in the Remote Control Artistic Development Programme with Brú Theatre Company.
Eibhleann also shares her voice to her writing blog Forever Ducky. Forever Ducky features humorous articles on crucial current issues such as how to lie to family members about your relationship status and Colin Firth’s idiotic character arc in Love, Actually.