The cast of Tinder: The Comedy



Aisling Breen

Theatre credits include: Resident Director/Understudy Menopause The Musical (UK Tour). ‘Gemma’ in New Fish, ‘Soloist’ in Miles Away Beside You (Smock Alley). ‘Mrs Pugh’ in Annie, ‘Lina Lamont’ in Singin' In The Rain, ‘Ensemble and U/S Miss Lynch/Jan’ Grease (Cork Opera House). ‘Ensemble’ in I, Keano and ‘Cecile’ in Annieat (Olympia Theatre). ‘Maid/Ensemble’ in The Promise (The Helix). ‘Ensemble’ in Aida, ‘Pauline’ in West Side Story, ‘Lorraine’ in 42nd Street (The Gaiety Theatre). ‘Mrs Wyndsley’ in Stop Kiss (Teacher’s Club) ‘Ensemble’ in Eejit of Love (The Samuel Beckett).

Aisling has also toured Ireland with the the Merry Month Of June Show, the U.S.A. with Tony Kenny's Ireland and toured The Netherlands with Peter Corry's Celtic Rhythm's.

Television and film work includes: ‘Marina Delaney’ in Fair City and appearances on Apres Match, Commercials for Dunnes Stores, Aldi and Glohealth.

T.V. Dance work: Fame the Musical Final, The Daniel O'Donnell PBS Special( American Television), The Tudors, Camelot, The Late Late Show, The Irish Film and Television Awards, Vikings, Albert Nobbs and Penny Dreadful.

Aisling also played the title role in the short film Marie which was featured throughout Ireland last year on the film festival circuit. On occasion Aisling has also worked as a choreography consultant for Brownbag Films.

Pantomime credits: ‘Fairy Scout’ in Sleeping Beauty (Limerick's UCH), ‘Ensemble’ in ‘Beauty The Beast and ‘Booty the Ugly Sister’ in Cinderella (Cork Opera House) Many pantomimes at the Gaiety Theatre as DC and understudy including Aladdin (So Shy) Robinson Crusoe (Dance Captain) and most recently The Snow Queen (Sunshine Suzy) .


Eimear Morrissey

A graduate of the Gaiety School of Acting’s Full Time training. She is best known for her role as Tracey Rooney in the RTE2 comedy drama Damo & Ivor, which earlier this year saw her reprise the role for Damo & Ivor: The Movie. Eimear has also appeared in Fair City for a number of years playing Social Worker Emily Mahon.

She has appeared in many short films and was nominated as Best Actress at The Dublin International Short Film and Music Festival for the role of Sonya in The Ballsbridge Poisoner, directed by Clive Arnold.

Eimear also has substantial stage experience working with theatre companies throughout the country, with her versatility evident in roles such as the one-woman show And then there was…Me, Grandma Eva in Jumping on my Shadow for TEAM Educational Theatre Company, Pool (No water) at the Granary Theatre Cork and the acclaimed multi-role production of The Caucasian Chalk Circle with Bruiser Theatre Company NI. Eimear has considerable experience in musicals and pantomime; she has an excellent ear for accents, a strong singing voice and is an extremely well established Voiceover Artist.


Linzi Cowap

Theatre credits include: 'Grab-bags' in The Snow Queen (Gaiety Theatre), 'Dance Captain/Ensemble' in The Wizard of Oz (Cork Opera House), 'Dance Captain/Ensemble Cover Wanda' in Rapunzel (Gaiety Theatre), 'Ronie Boylan/Dance Captain/Ensemble' in Annie (Cork Opera House), 'Dance Captain/Ensemble/Cover Maid Marian' in Robin Hood (Gaiety Theatre), 'Goldilocks/Dance Captain' in Little Red Riding Hood (Gaiety Theatre), 'Zelda' in Singing in the Rain (Cork Opera House), 'Ensemble/Cover Surfia in I’Keano (Olympia Theatre), 'Ensemble/Cover Wendy' in Peter Pan (Gaiety Theatre), 'Ensemble/Cover Marty, Patty, Jan' in Grease (Gaiety Theatre), 'Amber' in Hairspray (Cork Opera House), 'Ensemble/Cover Snow White/Evil Queen' in Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs (Gaiety Theatre), 'Ensemble' in Aida (Gaiety Theatre), 'Ensemble/Cover Velma' in Waterside Story (Gaiety Theatre), Cinderella, Robinson Crusoe, Sleepting Beaty, Mother Goose, Jack and the Beanstalk, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin (all at Gaiety Theatre).

Tours: 80's/90's Disco (3Arena), Daniel O'Donnel's World Tour 2016 (Daniel/s Stricly Come Dancing partner/Dance Captain). Peter Corry's Celtic Rhythm's Dutch Tour and numerous Tony Kenny's Ireland Us Tour

Television/Film Credits Include: Daniel O'Donnell PBS Special 2016 (RTE), Laochra (RTE), Aprés Match (RTE), Penny Dreadful (Sky TV). The Saturday Night Show (RTE), Eurosong 2008, 2010, 2013 (RTE), The IFTA Awards 2011, 2013 (RTE), Fame the Musical (RTE), The Tudors (BBC), Eurovision Song Contest 2005 (Kiev), You're a Star (RTE).