Originally from Northern Ireland, Bronagh moved to Liverpool to study Drama at John Moores. She then went on to train as a physical theatre performer at Hope Street Ltd, this is where she developed her passion for directing.
She has directed around the world, working on; Classical texts, Musicals, New Writing, Puppetry, Physical Theatre, Outdoor Theatre and Site-Specific productions.
This year Bronagh directed Rags, the musical by Charles Strouse and Stephen Schwartz at The Park Theatre, in London. The production received nine Off West End Award nominations including Best Director and Best Production. Bronagh worked closely with Stephen Schwartz in curating a cast album of her production of Rags which was released early this year. Bronagh’s production Broken Wings also performed at Dubai Opera House at the beginning of this year and in March she directed Umm Kulthum, the Golden Era at The London Palladium
In addition to directing Bronagh is part of the From Page To Stage Literary department for Aria Entertainment. She is also a regular Practitioner at Mountview Academy, LIPA, Urdang and GSA
In 2006 She was elected Young Persons Theatre Representative of Britain through the Contacting The World Festival and travelled to the Philippines as part of a culture exchange aimed at promoting cross cultural collaborations. She has travelled worldwide with her theatre productions and often draws on her cultural experiences to influence her work.