Teac Damsa

Directors’ Report

Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre, trading as Teac Damsa, is a company Limited by Guarantee.

We confirm that our organisation complies with the Governance Code for the Community, Voluntary and Charitable Sector in Ireland.

Teac Damsa is currently reviewing the Principles of Good Fundraising and the necessary steps for compliance.


Board of Directors

Madeline Boughton

Appointed to the Teac Damsa board of directors: December 2017

 

Anne Connolly (Chair)

Anne Connolly is the CEO of the ISAX – the Ireland Smart Ageing Exchange. This follows on from her role (2006-2013) as the Executive Director of the Ageing Well Network, an independent think-tank and catalyst for change, exploring and engaging with members to create ‘A New Agenda on Ageing’. Prior to that, and following her role as strategic planner in Kingspan Buildings Products, she established her own strategic management consultancy practice with clients such as  Siemens,  Aviva, Waterford Crystal, ICS, Arts Council.   She has just stood down as a member of the board of SEAI (Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland) and is a governor of the Royal Hospital Donnybrook.    She had previously been a director of a number of boards – An Post, Fabulous Beast Dance Company, Chair Simon Community Ireland, ICC Bank, Agency for Personal Service Overseas.

 

Appointed to the Teac Damsa board of directors: December 2017

 

Catherine Dolan
Catherine Dolan is Director of Thomson Reuters Ireland Ltd which is a legal publishing company that provides legal solutions to the legal profession.

Appointed to the Teac Damsa board of directors: March 2001

Juliana Dolan
Juliana Dolan is a Senior Conservation Architect with the National Monuments Service of the Office of Public Works.

Appointed to the Teac Damsa board of directors: March 2001

 

Eithne Hand
Eithne Hand is an award-winning radio producer and writer. She worked in RTÉ Radio for many years setting up the Today show and Rattlebag arts show. Her radio documentary, Voicejazz, won a Prix Italia for Best Work on Music. She was Head of RTÉ Radio 1 from 2003-2006. Since leaving RTÉ she has written and produced four radio plays for RTÉ Radio and was the launch producer for RTE Jr Radio. She is the curator of the First Thought talks strand of the Galway International Arts Festival and as an independent producer she works with Gay Byrne on his Sunday Jazz program on RTÉ Lyric FM. She is currently producing The Man In The Woman’s Shoes - a one man theatre show written and performed by Mikel Murfi. In Jan 2016 she was the audio producer on Dublin Rising – an interactive Google App narrated by Colin Farrell. Eithne was a board member of The Hawk's Well Theatre in Sligo from 2008 - 2014.

Appointed to the Teac Damsa board of directors: August 2016

 

Manchán Magan
Manchán Magan is a playwright, novelist, travel writer and journalist who wrote the Magan’s World column for The Irish Times for 6 years, and has written for The Guardian, the LA Times and Washington Post. He has received commissions to write plays from The Abbey Theatre, BBCband Project Art Centre. His bilingual plays have been nominated for numerous awards, including 2 Irish Times Theatre Awards, Fishamble New Writing Award and Bewleys Café Theatre Award. He won the Walter Macken Taibhdhearc Drama award in 2014, and the Stewart Parker Irish Language Theatre Award in 2009. In 2013 he won the Screen Directors Guild’s Outstanding Achievement Award for the 70 television documentaries he has presented, written and produced on issues of world culture for TG4, RTÉ, History Channel & Travel Channel, and 16 radio programmes for RTÉ 1.

www.manchan.com

Appointed to the Teac Damsa board of directors: November 2001

 

Aisling Rogerson

Aisling Rogerson is co-owner of The Fumbally Cafe and The Fumbally Stables, a food and community focused space in Dublin 8. She is also co-founder of The Dublin Flea Market established in 2008.

Appointed to the Teac Damsa board of directors: December 2017

 

 

Teac Damsa Staff Renumeration

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