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Network Cork Webinar: Margaritas & Mayhem
6 May, 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join Network Cork President Marguerite O’Sullivan on Wednesday the 6th of May as she introduces the 4th webinar in a series designed to support people online during the Covid-19 crisis. The previous three webinars are been very informative for businesses but the next one is on a lighter note with a party atmosphere. Dress up in style and be entertained at home with the fantastic actress and comedian Norma Sheahan.
Her extensive CV includes roles on Bridget & Eamon, Can’t Cope Won’t Cope, A Date for Mad Mary, The Clinic, Mooneboy, Damo & Ivor, Finding Joy, Women on the Verge and Vagina Monologues. Norma’s hilarious comedy promises to heal every hole in your life, one laugh at a time. And afterwards, in conversation with Gillian Hennessy, PR & Marketing Manager, Triskel Arts Centre we will hear, how the multi-talented, very busy Norma copes with the many setbacks, in the midst of lockdown, with multiple roles at home and also about the work involved in chasing your dreams.
We will also be joined by Mags O’Connor from Cornstore to show us how to make cocktails and finish the evening with music from Cork’s own Fiona Kennedy. All in all, a great evening of entertainment in store!
Tickets are €15 for non-members and free to Network Ireland members. Ask your branch social media officer for the discount code. Then click here to register for the online live streaming link: https://networkcork-webinar.eventbrite.ie
About Norma Sheahan
Norma is a highly regarded actress. After graduating from RADA, she won Best Actress at the Dublin Theatre Festival for her role in the world premiere of ‘Bedbound’ by Enda Walsh. She has performed in numerous theatres in the UK and Ireland including The Gaiety, The Abbey, The Gate, The Lyric, The Town Hall, The Opera House and The Royal Court. She is presently performing in ‘Angela’s Ashes’ the Musical in the Bord Gais, Cork Opera House, Grand Opera House Belfast and Fairfield Croyden.
Some TV performances include: ‘Dead Still’, Emmy Award winning ‘Moone Boy’, ‘Bridget & Eamon’, ‘Finding Joy’, ‘Women on the Verge”, ‘Can’t cope, Won’t Cope’, ‘Damo & Ivor’, ‘The Clinic’, ‘Foyle’s War’, ‘Primevil’, ‘Ripper Street’, ‘Badly Drawn Roy’, ‘Love is The Drug’, ‘Paddywhackery’, ‘Charlie’, ‘Rebellion’, ‘Crisis’, ‘Republic of Telly’, ‘The Centre’, ‘Be More Ethnic’ and ‘School Run’.
Film work includes: ‘Sonja the White Swan’, ‘Lily’, ‘Poster Boy’, ‘Christmas Perfection’, ‘Handsome Devil’, ‘A Date for Mad Mary’, ‘The Bailout’, ‘Lost & Found’, ’Standby’, ‘Love Rosie’, ‘Ondine’, ‘Botched’, ‘Milo’, ‘Intermission’, ‘Strength and Honour’, and Oscar nominated short ‘New Boy’.