Kevin is an actor, musician and composer.
He graduated from the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College, Dublin in 1999. He has worked extensively in Theatres across Scotland, the UK and internationally, with companies such as the Abbey Theatre Dublin, Theatre Babel, Mull Theatre, Tron Theatre, Citizens/TAG, National Theatre Of Scotland, Grid Iron, Borderline, Oran Mor, Dundee Rep and Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh. He was a core member of Dundee Rep Ensemble from 2006 – 2013.
In 2001 he received a Royal National Theatre Ian Charleson Award Commendation and in 2010 he won Best Actor at the Critics Awards for Theatre In Scotland. On the radio he has appeared in a number of dramas for BBC in the UK and RTE in Ireland. As a composer he has written music for Dundee Rep, Scottish Dance Theatre, The Letter J/Tramway and Company Chameleon, Manchester.
Kevin’s main instruments are Piano and Guitar. As a composer, he has created original music for Dundee Rep, Scottish Dance Theatre, The Letter J/Tramway and Company Chameleon, Manchester. He is also a strong singer and has appeared in musicals Sunshine on Leith, The Mill Lavvies and Sweeney Todd (Dundee Rep)
Date posted: 14th Aug 2019
A Game of Death and Chance opens at Gladstone’s Land this August, featuring BAA’s Wendy Seager as Caledonia and Kevin Lennon as Daniel Defoe. In this unique theatre experience, audiences…Read More
Date posted: 17th Jun 2019
Catch BAA’s Kevin Lennon in Dusty Won’t Play, one of Oran Mor’s returning plays this June. It’s 1964 and Dusty Springfield is at the height of her fame, scoring hits…Read More
Date posted: 3rd Jun 2019
David Ireland’s What The Animals Say comes to Oran Mor this June, and features BAA’s Kevin Lennon. The waiting room for the Stranraer to Belfast ferry. Two old schoolfriends bump into…Read More
Date posted: 18th Apr 2019
Morag Fullerton’s Casablanca returns this spring having won the People’s Choice Vote, nominated by audiences as the play they’d most like to see return to the Oran Mor stage. Featuring BAA’s…Read More
Date posted: 15th Mar 2019
Iconic BBC comedy Still Game will premiere its ninth – and final series – on the new BBC Scotland channel and features BAA’s Maureen Carr, Kevin Lennon and Joanna Tope.…Read More
Date posted: 3rd Sep 2018
Kevin Lennon will be starring in James Runcie’s Tap Dancing With Jean-Paul Sartre, one of the first plays in Oran Mor’s A Play, A Pie and A Pint autumn season.…Read More
Date posted: 18th May 2018
THE ISLE OF LOVE opens this evening at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness for Right Lines Productions, starring Ross Allan, Amy McGregor and Kevin Lennon before touring Scotland until the 18th June.…Read More
Date posted: 1st Dec 2017
From the comfort of armchairs in the studio, three amateur sleuths, they watch the drama play out as Mortcliff’s crack team of detectives make enquiries with the local residents. But…Read More
Date posted: 28th Nov 2017
Experience the true magic of winter at Cumbernauld Theatre this Christmas, as they bring you a very special show created especially for wee ones under 5 – Winter Wonders: A…Read More
Date posted: 8th Aug 2017
This event – in the form of readings and a panel discussion – examines the origin of the ‘culture wars’, an underappreciated part of the development of Edinburgh as a…Read More
Date posted: 16th Apr 2017
CHARLIE SONATA opens on the 29th April, which stars Kevin Lennon and Kirstin McLean. Chick arrives back in Scotland for a reunion with his old mates Gary and Jackson only…Read More
Date posted: 21st Mar 2017
Kevin Lennon stars alongside Sandy Grierson in Drunk Enough to Say I Love You? Directed by Nora Wardell at the Citizens Theatre Studio from Tuesday 28th March – Saturday 1st April…Read More
Date posted: 3rd Feb 2017
Kevin Lennon and Simon Donaldson are performing as Dusty Springfield’s two band members in the new Play, Pie, Pint production DUSTY WON’T PLAY all this week.
Date posted: 27th Sep 2016
Joyce Falconer and Kevin Lennon can be seen in Sell A Door’s touring production THE BROONS from Tuesday 27th September – Saturday 12th November Award-winning Scottish playwright Rob Drummond brings the infamous characters…Read More