Dublin Theatre Festival


Garrett Lombard

Garrett Lombard is from Gorey, Co. Wexford. He graduated from the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College Dublin in 2000. His theatre credits include: Alone It Stands (for Lane Productions); Playing from the Heart (The Ark); The Field (national tour of Scott-Rellis Productions); Our Country’s Good, ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore, Artists and Admirers and Attempts On Her Life (for TCD’s Acting Studies). Garrett appeared as Joe Lacey in Druid Theatre Company’s production of The Year of the Hiker for which he was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Award in the Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards in 2006. Garrett also appeared in the same year as Blake in Druid’s production of Enda Walsh’s play The Walworth Farce which travelled to the Edinburgh International Festival in 2007, where it won a Fringe First and appeared at St. Anne’s Warehouse, New York in April 2008 to huge critical acclaim. Garrett appeared as Kite in The School For Scandal directed by Lynne Parker at the Abbey Theatre and in The Glass Menagerie as Tom Wingfield opposite Francesca Annis, directed by Robin Lefevre at the Gate Theatre, Dublin. Garrett most recently appeared as Biff in Death of a Salesman, directed by David Esbjornson, at the Gate Theatre.

Garrett’s film and television credits include Pure Mule (Accomplice TV/RTE, for which he was nominated for an IFTA for Best Actor for his portrayal of the character Scobie), Love is the Drug (Saffron Pictures/RTÉ), Alexander (dir. Oliver Stone), as Anton in David Gleeson’s feature film The Front Line and as Ray Hogan in Rough Diamond (BBC1/RTÉ).


The Rehearsal, Playing the Dane

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