Hannah Mamalis is a writer, actor and comedian based in Dublin.
Hannah has written and performed numerous works for theatre. Her first one-woman show The Egg is a Lonely Hunter debuted at Dublin Fringe Festival, was nominated for several awards and went on to enjoy successful runs at First Fortnight and Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In 2019, Hannah was selected for theatre company Pan Pan’s initiative for exciting new artists. The resulting production, Symphony of Worms won the Spirit of Wit award at the Dublin Fringe Festival. Hannah has most recently been awarded Dublin Fringe Festival’s Dream On Bursary to develop her next show. She has also contributed to various projects for the Bram Stoker Festival including Mother Stokers Sickly Stories, We Are the Monsters and DracuHA. Hannah has co-written two iterations of the dark comedy anthology Personal Space for Smock Alley.
On screen, Hannah has contributed to TV shows such as Owen Colgan: Around the Fire and Republic of Telly for RTÉ and as well as multiple projects for production companies such as Sideline, Element Pictures, Calico Pictures and Green Pavillion.
Hannah also co-hosts the successful HeadStuff podcast Reviewables and regularly contributes to the improv comedy podcast Phoning It In.
Directed by Ronan Carey
Produced by Hillary Dziminski
Lighting by Fenna Hirschheydt
Sound by Barbara Akkerman
Visual Design by Eoghan O’Brien
Video Support by Kevin Michael Reed
“Beyond the charm and utter ease of this performance is a revelation of vulnerability, a surprise emotional kick.”
The Irish Times ****
“We sit absorbed for 60 minutes by an eloquent, charismatic and winsome young lady who not only sings, acts, and bops divinely but is also a beguiling stand-up comedienne.”
“Symphony of Worms is a beautiful, heart-warming show, delivered with humour and honesty by a performer that truly knows how to engage an audience.”
No More Workhorse
Directed by Jeda de Brí
Lighting Design by John Gunning
Set Design by Mary Sheehan
Costume Design by Christina Byrne
Visual Design by Eoghan O'Brien
“Hannah Mamalis is a born storyteller, to use a phrase that possibly does not do her capacity for creation or sensuous delivery justice.
The Skinny *****