Cian Binchy

Cian is a member of the Access All Areas Performance Company. In 2020 he performed in
unReal City at Battersea Arts Centre in collaboration with dreamthinkspeak. In 2018 he
played an enormous baby in MADHOUSE re:exit at Shoreditch Town Hall and The Lowry,
and in 2014 he performed in Eye Queue Hear.

Cian worked with Access All Areas to produce The Misfit Analysis which toured around the
country, including at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and in Mexico with the British Council.
It was winner of the VAULT Festival People’s Choice Award.

His TV credits include The Level and Grace for ITV, and Doctors for the BBC.

Cian continues to write and perform his own poetry and is passionate about raising
awareness for people with Autism and learning disabilities; He is Autism Consultant for the
play The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.

He is currently working with Access All Areas on the Transforming Leadership professional
development programme, as a Digital Influencer.

Cian graduated from Access All Areas’ 2014 Performance Making Diploma at the Royal
Central School of Speech and Drama.

Full theatre credits:
2020, unReal City, collaboration dreamthinkspeak and Access All Areas, Battersea Arts Centre
2016, Himself, The Misfit Analysis, CanCanCan Festival at Birmingham Hippodrome.
2016, Himself, The Misfit Analysis, The Vault Festival- Winner of The People’s Choice Award
2015, MADHOUSE re-exit, Dir: Nick Llewellyn, Jess Mabel-Jones, Barbican Open Lab Project
2015, Himself, The Misfit Analysis, Dir: Nick Llewellyn, Lyric Hammersmith, Rich Mix and Pleasance Theatre at Edinburgh Fringe
2014, Himself, Eye Queue Hear, Dir: Nick Llewellyn, Access All Areas at Rich Mix and on tour
2011, Mr Douglas, 1984, Dir: Nathan Curry, Lyric Hammersmith