Channel 4 has re-commissioned No Offence for a third series, where it will delve into Far Right extremism and it will have “devastating consequences” for the team.
The channel announced …
In a recent interview for the Independent, Elaine tells Joanne Hayden how her real-life career in acting has been one of calculated risks that take account of her strong family …Read more
Elaine attended the 28th British Film Festival of Dinard for Mum’s List which ran from 27th Sept – 1st Oct 2017.Read more
A preview for the new Elaine Cassidy Irish thriller Acceptable Risk has been released ahead of the premiere episode to air on Sunday 24th September on RTÉ One.
Sarah Manning …
Elaine Cassidy heads up an international cast in six-part thriller ‘Acceptable Risk‘ airing this Autumn on @RTEOne #rtenewseason. Episode 1 airs on 24 September, 2017. No news as to when …Read more
The October issue of Irish Tatler is starring none other than the beautiful and talented Irish actress Elaine Cassidy ahead of her new RTE Drama Acceptable Risk which airs in …Read more
Graduates from the Royal Academy of Music and Manchester School of Theatre have taken home the top awards at this year’s Spotlight Prize.
Cecily Redman, from London’s Royal Academy of …
“[Deering] is a brilliant creation, rude as eff and in your face, but also warm and human, and adored by her team of under-resourced crime-stoppers. Rude and warm, it is …Read more
Elaine talks to Rob Carnevale about playing DC Dinah Kowalska in the second series of Channel 4’s hit female-led crime comedy-drama No Offence and what appealed to her about taking …Read more