Muirne Bloomer is from Dublin. She has had an extensive performance career in ballet, contemporary and dance theatre both at home and abroad, working with Dublin City Ballet, Vienna Ballet Theatre, Rubato Ballet, Dance Theatre of Ireland, Holland Show Ballet, Irish Modern Dance Theatre and CoisCéim Dance Theatre.
Muirne choreographed INO’s productions of Rossini's Le Cenerentola (recently nominated for Best Production Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards 2020), Brian Irvine's Least Like The Other and Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro. Other choreographic work includes; Hamlet (St Anne's Warehouse NYC), Look Back in Anger, The Great Gatsby, Private Lives, Little Women, Arcadia and Dancing at Lughnasa (Gate Theatre); Donegal, You Never Can Tell, She Stoops to Conquer, A Doll’s House, Cavalcaders, Drama at Inis, The Tempest (Abbey Theatre), Dandy Dolls, Gulliver’s Travels (Peacock Theatre), Pageant, The Ballet Ruse, As You Are, The Train, The Making of ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore, Wallflowering, Hue and Cry, Moment, The Star Child (Project Arts Centre), Rigoletto (Opera Theatre Company), Red Riding Hood, Ssh! We Have A Plan, Duck, Death and the Tulip (Lyric Theatre), Egg (Lincoln Center, New York), Nivelli’s War (New Victory Theater, New York), Pinocchio, The Incredible Book Eating Boy (The Mac), Can You Catch a Mermaid? (Pavilion Theatre), The Merchant of Venice (The Helix), Dancing at Lughnasa (National Theatre Bucharest, The Helix, An Grianán), The Death of Harry Leon (Smock Alley), The Hand (Liberty Hall), The World festival of Families (Croke Park, 2018), Laochra (GAA 1916 Commemoration, Croke Park), Intimate Details and Golf Swing ( Opening Ceremony of Ryder Cup, K Club), A Dash of Colour (Special Olympics Opening Ceremony, Croke Park), and Rock Rivals (ITV).