Nuala McKeever first came to public attention in the award-winning BBC television comedy – Give My Head Peace, followed by her own TV show, McKeever, on UTV.
Nuala wrote and performed a one-woman comedy drama “Out Of The Box”, which premiered to great reviews at the Belfast Festival.
In the summer of 2009, Nuala starred in the Broadway musical comedy “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” directed by Peter Corry.
In 2010 she received rave reviews when she starred as Mrs Lovett in the NI premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s dark musical Sweeney Todd – The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
Recently she wrote and performed her new play called “Belongings” receiving excellent reviews.
Besides writing a weekly column in the Belfast Telegraph, Nuala is a regular contributor to TV and radio programmes, commenting on everything from politics to patchwork quilting.
Nuala delivers training to the business and voluntary sectors, using the skills of acting, improvisation and character creation to enhance people’s skills in their own leadership roles, as well as being and excellent, talented after dinner speaker.