Maeve recently appeared in the stage production HOTHOUSE for Malaprop directed by Claire O’Reilly for Dublin Fringe Festival which received critical acclaim and a 5 star review from The Irish Times. She also was part of the development on a project called CLUB SALTY directed by Philip McMahon for THISISPOPBABY.
Other recent theatre credits include the Brokentalkers show THE BOY WHO NEVER WAS for Dublin Theatre Festival and the role of Dora in Brandon Jacobs-Jenkin's AN OCTOROON directed by Anthony Simpson-Pike at the Abbey Theatre for which she is nominated for an Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Other recent stage credits include WHERE SAT THE LOVERS by Carys D. Coburn (Dublin Fringe) and DEATH OF PABLO by Ali Hardiman (Dublin Theatre Festival).
Maeve is a founding member of MALAPROP. Productions include BEFORE YOU SAY ANYTHING (Dublin Fringe), ALL HONEY (Project Arts Centre), 24 HOUR PLAYS (Abbey Theatre), EVERYTHING NOT SAVED (Georganne Aldrich Heller Award 2017), LOVE+ (Spirit of the Fringe Award 2015), BOYS AND GIRLS (59E59 New York), JERICHO (Bewley's Café Theatre), THE AENEID (Dublin Fringe), and ETHICA (Samuel Beckett Centre).
Maeve is a highly in-demand Voiceover artist, where she has narrated the RTÉ Documentary series ONE DAY and recently voiced a role in BBC Radio Drama FAITH, HOPE AND GLORY written by Roy Williams and directed by Pat Crumper.
Screen credits include the RTÉ Storyland production of EVERYTHING NOT SAVED, RIPPER STREET and REBECCA'S BOYFRIEND. Virtual Reality credits include INTERMEDIAL PLAY and STORMY SEAS.
Maeve is a strong singer (alto), improviser, and deviser. She is a recipient of the Pan Pan international Mentorship Programme 2019/2020, she has also taken part in the Dublin Theatre Festival Next Stage Programme (2018). Maeve is also a trained yoga teacher (YogaWorks, Soho NY 2015). She holds a degree in Drama and Theatre Studies BA Hons (Trinity College Dublin 2014).