Other productions

  • Le Nozze di Figaro

    Kieran has recently worked as the revival movement director on Le Nozze di Figaro for Ben Wright, directed by Ian Rutherford for Michael Grandage.

    Le Nozze di Figaro Summer Festival 2013 for Glyndebourne Productions Ltd

    Le Nozze di Figaro 2012 autumn tour for Glyndebourne Productions ltd.


  • Millar – short fashion film


    kieran choreographed on this piece last year – more fashion film to follow soon

  • Digital intimacy

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    Kieran was delighted to be the Lead Artist for Magic Me on the new Digital Intimacy project which has evolved out of We2, a piece he created in 2011 with Dance Digital.

    Digital Intimacy page on Magic Me website


    There is a brief project description below and if you are interested please download the project form to find out how to get involved by clicking here: DIGITAL INTIMACY FLYER


     When you log on to the internet does it increase your connection to the world around you or make you feel more alone? Are dating websites and apps a good way to meet new people or a place where you feel judged and exposed? Or both?

    Kieran is working for  MAGIC ME the UK’s leading provider of intergenerational arts activities. Magic Me are working with GENDERED INTELLIGENCE and AGE UK CAMDEN to run a creative project called DIGITAL INTIMACY? The project will bring together younger and older men who identify as gay in order to explore their experiences of using the internet and mobile phone platforms for dating and relationships. The group will meet every Saturday in April and May 2013 and use discussion, movement and photography to explore ideas. On 25 May the group will hold an informal event for invited guests in order to share work created throughout the project.

    To take part you will be a man identifying as gay aged 18-25 or 50 plus. You will be available to attend sessions at the CENTRAL SCHOOL OF SPEECH & DRAMA between 1.30pm and 4.30pm on Saturday 6, 13, 20, 27 April and 4, 11, 18 and 25 May 2013. The project will be facilitated by two Magic Me artists –        Kieran Sheehan (movement practitioner) and Douglas Nicolson (photographer).

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  • Access All Areas + Rainbow Theatre Company

    Kieran is currently working on a project called Spinning Yarn for the brilliant Access All Areas. He also had the pleasure of working with Rainbow Theatre Company to co-devise some movement for their performance in Spring 2012. Check out these clips from the Access All Areas website

    Rainbow Theatre Company:


    Spinning Yarn:



  • My Name Is…



    Director/Choreographer: Kieran Sheehan            Collaborative Performer: Paul Bayes Kitcher

    Designer: Jean – Marc Puissant                                     Composer: Howard Haigh

    Lighting: Clare O Donoghue                                    Writer: Sara Masters

    Research and Development Promo (September 2009 @ The Lowry Studio)


    Director/Choregrapher ~ Kieran Sheehan          Collaborative Performer ~ Paul Bayes Kitcher

    Composer ~ Howard Haigh      Film Director ~ Chris Stone

    Dancers ~ Paul Bayeitcher, Craig Horton, Chris Keerie

  • Fallen


    Fallen tells the story of Angelique, a refugee who has lost everything she once cherished. Hers is a story of self preservation and how sometimes in order to survive in the present, you must confront the ghosts of the past. Treading a fine line between fantasy and reality Fallen shows us how strange the world looks when you are alone and far from home.

    Fallen has been in development since 2008 and was presented as a work in progress during Musical Futures at Greenwich Dance Agency in September which Kieran co-directed with Vicki Amedume. Further development work will be undertaken in 2009.

    A full touring version will be ready in the Spring of 2011.

    Fallen is made by Upswing for whom Kieran is an associate artist. Upswing takes the approach that serious, everyday and cultural issues can be explored in an entertaining way through circus and that it is important to engage with people on many levels – visually, emotionally, intellectually – to exploit circus’ full potential as an art form. The combination of physical skills and cultural contexts to tell stories is what has helped them garner a formidable reputation both in the UK and overseas.

  • Roses


    ROSES by Halla

    In January 2009 Kieran worked as creative director of famous icelandic popstar Halla’s eurovision entry.