hK Ní Shioradáin

Composer | Lyricist | Poet

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

Recent News

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The Good Father

In advance of its London run, Murmuration Studios and Resonate Film & Theatre present The Good Father by Christian O’Reilly in Smock Alley Boy School, …
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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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The Scratcher

‘A special shoutout has to be given to sound designer HK Ní Shioradáin, whose choices perfectly added to the chaos in a story where everything …
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As part of Dublin Fringe Festival, Fionntán Larney writes and stars in ‘endings.’ in The Cube in Project Arts Centre from 8 – 16th September …
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Migration Sonata

Irish Modern Dance Theatre // Kilkenny Arts Festival 11-12th August 2023 For this new piece, Migration Sonata, which has been workshopped in Kilkenny since October 2022, John …
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