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Helen McNulty (born 6 November 1980) Irvinestown, County Fermanagh is an Irish artist and cultural worker in Dublin, Ireland. She is also a co-founder/producer, with Anna Wolf and Kasia Lech, of Ireland's first Polish Theatre company, Polish Theatre Ireland.
Born and raised in Irvinestown, McNulty moved to Leicester in England in 1999.[no citations needed here] While in Leicester, she performed self written pieces of performance art / live art as well as co-organising the live art festival "...seen...". This project ran from 2002 to 2004 both as a festival and as an artist collective.[no citations needed here] She was also a member of the improv comedy group Bachman Turner Improvise until 2006.[no citations needed here]
She returned to Fermanagh in 2006, and focused mainly on painting.[no citations needed here] In 2007, she embarked on a new phase of her career in Dublin, as an artist, writer and producer of plays and a promoter for jazz and improvised music.[no citations needed here]
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