STEPHEN REA WINS BAFTA

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Irish Equity Congratulates Stephen Rea on winning his BAFTA TV award for best supporting actor for his role in the popular British political spy thriller series ‘The Honourable Woman’. Stephen played Sir Hugh Hayden Hoyle in this production and beat off stiff rivalry from Adeel Akhtar in Channel 4's Utopia, Ken Stott in The Missing, and James Norton from Happy … [Read More...]

JOYCE CAMPION

Joyce Elaine Campion was born in Ireland in 1923 into a loving family.  Her father was a clergyman who fell in love with her mother when he heard her sing beautifully.  Joyce was born on her mother’s birthday and was soon joined by her brother and best friend, Brian (later, also a clergyman), with whom she got up to countless … [Read More...]

FAIR INTERNET FOR PERFORMERS

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Make the Internet Fair for Performers: Sign the petition: Performers bring life and soul to artistic works. Without them, Europe would not enjoy the vibrant cultural scene it does today and the creative content sector, which makes a vital contribution to Europe’s economy, would simply not exist. However, performers are still not … [Read More...]

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Irish Equity Executive Meeting

Members of the Equity Executive planning to action the new policy motions agreed at the recent Irish Equity AGM on Sunday 29th March. … [Read More...]

Irish Equity AGM

Irish Equity President Padraig Murray, making his address to the well attended Irish Equity Annual General Meeting held on Sunday, 29th March, in the Liberty Hall Theatre. In his address, Murray outlined the work of the union to date and appealed for a unity … [Read More...]