Lór­can Strain

Lórcan Strain

Lór­can is an Actor, Drag Artist and Writer from Co. Donegal.

They recently fin­ished tour­ing the UK with Marie Jones’ Stones in his Pock­ets, directed by Jake Smith. After a sold out run of their first solo show Songs of Theys in Dublin Cas­tle, directed by Tracy Ryan, Lór­can toured Ire­land with the hit show Oliver Cromwell is Really Very Sorry. Before this, they played Jim in The Every­man Theatre’s The Glass Menagerie, directed by Emma Jordan.

They received two nom­i­na­tions for best per­former at the Dublin Fringe for The Wind That Shakes the Wig and Oliver Cromwell is Really Very Sorry (Best Ensem­ble Award).

Lór­can toured Ire­land and the UK in Super Paua’s pio­neer­ing, multi award win­ning, Aunty Ben, Ireland’s first LGBT play for young audiences.

Other cred­its include Ned (under­study Gar Pub­lic) in Philadel­phia Here I Come (Cork Opera House); Tommy/​Sickboy in Trainspot­ting (Olympia The­atre); and Snow­ball and Ben­jamin in Louise White’s Ani­mals.

Film and TV cred­its include; Game of Thrones, The Dig in Diner, The Com­edy Sketch Show and Preg­nant with a Drag Queen.