In the past Nicola Lindsay has played such diverse roles as Cecily in the Importance of being Ernest and Margaret Roper in A Man for all Seasons and a young Queen Victoria in The Hollow Crown, all on stage.


During 2009 / 2010 she has also appeared in a number of stage productions in Dublin including:


The Quane’s Laundry

The Clean House      ( To see extract, click here )

She has also performed her own One Woman Show at a number of venues and her satirical monologue called Parliamo Italiano - which is an amusing take on one-upmanship.


In December 2010 Nicola Lindsay wrote and produced a Christmas Show called ‘Christmas Fairy Tells All’ which ran at The New Theatre, Temple Bar in Dublin.


More recently she has played roles (some as the lead) in several short films such as:


Frankenstein Chronicles            Dir: Benjamin Ross

Harvest Thanksgiving                Dir: Brian Dick

Grangsters                                 Dir: Brian Folan                        

Touched                                     Dir: Christian Kotey

Fumbling Towards Ecstacy        Dir: V. McCollum

Eva Le Napoli                             Dir: Cleo McCann

Zombie Bashers                         Dir: Conor McMahon

















FAIR CITY  (RTE1 TV)  In February, Nicola Lindsay joined the cast of this long running ‘soap’ playing the part of Grace Cleary in six episodes.


HARVEST THANKSGIVING. A film directed by Brian Dick where she plays the leading role as Sophie, a woman struggling with incipient Alzheimer’s.


REPUBLIC OF TELLY (RTE2 TV)  A stunned housewife faced with a plumber with a mission.


BEST PRACTICE.   She has written and produced this short film for The Attic Studio, Dublin.


Trained in Ballet, Singing, Riding and Music. Studied flute with André Prieur and Doris Keogh in the RIAM. 

Speaks French and Italian.



CLICK ON ANY OF THE IMAGES BELOW TO SEE SOME OF NICOLA’S SHOW REEL

Stage and Screen

 

       TO VIEW AN EXTRACT FROM THIS MONOLOGUE, CLICK ON THE PHOTO BELOW