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Ericka Roe is cast in the recurring role of ‘ALANNAH SHOREY’ in the BBC Television drama “THE DUBLIN MURDERS” which is currently in production in Belfast and Dublin.
Outside of her work, Justine’s passion is comedy. Having begun performing stand-up comedy in 2017, just Later this month will see Ericka reprise her role of ‘Charleigh’ in The Breadline Collective’s play “WELL, THAT’S WHAT I HEARD” which will run in The Project Arts Centre in Dublin’s Templebar from November 26th to December 1st. This must see play is written and directed by Thommas Kane Byrne. She also plays ‘TINA’ in “TAKEN DOWN” which airs on RTE 1 on Sundays. “TAKEN DOWN” is directed by David Caffrey (LoveHate).
Ericka’s screen credits also include ‘Shauna’ in JELLY BABY directed by Naomi Fagan, and ‘Erika’ in “A DIFFERENT KIND OF DAY” directed by Maria Doyle Kennedy. Ericka performed in NASSIM acting alongside Soleimanpour reading a script that they were given at the beginning of the show in the Project Arts Centre Cube as part of this year’s Dublin Theatre Festival. Early September saw her perform as ‘Joni’ in Ali Hardiman’s play ‘ELECTRIC’ which ran at this year’s Electric Picnic.
Other theatre credits include “MY SON, MY SON” (Mary) which ran in Dublin’s Project Arts Centre, The Axis in Ballymun, and The Mermaid Theatre in Bray, ‘Ilse’ in SPRING AWAKENING (Ill Advised Theatre Company), ‘Paula’ in THE BOY WITH THE HALOGYN HAIR written by Eddie Naughton and directed by Kieran McDonald, and ‘Alma’ in Derek Masterson’s QUEENS OF PIMLICO (No Tears Productions). Ericka is a founding member of The Breadline Collective and played the role of ‘Charleigh’ in their production “SAY NOTHIN’ TO NO ONE” written by Thommas Kane Byrne which has been recently nominated for The Stewart Parker Trust Award.
Ericka is a graduate Bull Alley Theatre Training Company and is also a graduate of the full time programme at Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting.