hK Ní Shioradáin

Composer | Lyricist | Poet

HK Ní Shioradáin is a multi-disciplinary artist from Ireland. They compose, sound design, and music direct for film, theatre, radio, live music, and they are an accomplished poet and spoken word artist. Read more about HK here.

Recent News

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Suzy Storck

The Irish Premiere of Magali Mougel’s modern day classic is an unflinching and darkly comic story of a woman who rebels against the life she …
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Starring, in one of her final roles, three time Oscar nominee, Emmy award winner and Hollywood star Piper Laurie, this intimate audio drama seeks to …
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Scene and Heard

Deirfiúr – Fizz & Chips What is Sisterhood? Has its meaning changed over time? How does it feel, and how can we capture it? A physical, musical, and …
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The Good Father

Murmuration Studios and Resonate Film & Theatre present The Good Father by Christian O’Reilly in Smock Alley Boy School, 6 – 10th February 2024, and …
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Musical Development

HK and Ultan Pringle had the delight of continuing development of their musical, The Faggot Manifesto, with an entire queer cast as part of an …
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Vital Sparks

The Vital Spark Relationship Programme is a transformational residential for artists who want to enhance their understanding of children’s arts and develop their artistic process. …
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The Loved Ones

Rough Magic and The Gate Theatre as part of Dublin Theatre Festival The Gate: 29th September – 21 October 2023 The Limetree Theatre: 21 – 23rd September …
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