Pauline Goldsmith

Pauline is a Glasgow based actor, writer, director and theatre maker from Belfast.  She is also an occasional stand up comedienne, creating and performing her own shows. Her critically acclaimed production – Irish wake, Bright Colours Only, continues to tour at home and abroad – in a hearse.  She has worked with Vanishing Point Theatre  for over twenty years as an actor and creative associate working most recently on Wonderland, Tomorrow, The Destroyed Room and Tabula Rasa which she co wrote and performed with Scottish Ensemble.

Most recent theatre credits include: Interiors (Vanishing Point) The House (Americana Absurdum) Handfast (Nutshell) Eidolon (Beverley Hood) The Dark Carnival (Vanishing Point) & Narnia (Cran Theatre)

Film & TV credits include: Tabula Rasa (BBC), Bunny (Shaun Hughes) Eidolon 360 (Beverley Hood) 1911 (BBC/Hopscotch Films) Peacefire (Macdara Vallely) Hikkimori (Paul Wright), Boy (Mathew Lenton) The Magdalene Sisters (Peter Mullan) 16 years of Alcohol (Richard Jobson) En Coulisse, A Map with Gaps, A Very Strange Case (Alice Nelson) and Mary Queen of Scots – Tragic Queen (Ed Babbage)

Radio includes: The Gates (BBC Scotland) Danny Mulligan’s Boys (BBC Radio 4) Finding Mick Jagger (BBC Radio 4)

Pauline is a double nominee of The Stage Best Actress Award, which she won for Samuel Beckett’s Not I.

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