Sinéad Purcell is a Dublin based Artist, Designer, Production and Stage Manager. In 2015 she graduated from the National College of Art and Design with a BA(Hons) in Fine Art, Sculpture. Upon graduating she was awarded a Certificate of High Commendation from the Undergraduate Awards in the category of Visual Arts and Design. Sinead has been working as a freelance theatre maker for the past five years both in Ireland and overseas, transferring her knowledge of fine art to the stage.

Recently Sinéad worked for the National Gallery of Ireland's Community Outreach Programme designing wheelchairs for children in LauraLynn Children's Hospice, to be used in a production titled The Much Much More Magnificent Seven which took place on The Abbey Theatre's main stage, with musical accompaniment from the National Concert Hall. 
Sinéad frequently works with the Gaiety School of Acting as a freelance Stage and Production Manager for their Graduate Productions and Shakespeare in Schools Programme. She recently worked with GSA Founder, and world renowned Director, Joe Dowling on a touring production of Hamlet. 

Recent Stage Management credits include : The Lonsdale Project by Sian Ní Mhuirí, Brendan Galileo for Europe by Fionn Foley, and Tryst by Jeda de Brí and Finbarr Doyle.
Recent Set Design credits include : The Family Table, by TU Dublin Conservatoire, 48 by Gemma Kane, All honey by Ciara Elizabeth Smyth, The Wickedness of Oz by Kate Gilmore and The Dream of Eithlinn by Candlelit Tales.