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Photographer credit: Suzi Corker

Maeve O'Neill (she/her) is an independent arts producer who manages productions, national tours and projects for artists, theatre companies and arts organisations.  Maeve is company producer for poet Simon Mole and executive producer for Neon Dance. Maeve is an experienced facilitator and provides mentoring and workshops in producing.

Maeve produced the premier of Blind Summit’s award winning show, The Table at The Pleasance for Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2011 and both national tours of The Diary of a Hounslow Girl by Ambreen Razia with Black Theatre Live and House Theatre. She originally trained at The Gaiety School of Acting, Dublin and completed a BA in Modern Drama Studies at Brunel University.


Union by Max Wilkinson (Arcola Theatre 2023)

Dry Season by Kat Lyons (national tour 2022-2023)

Poetry Picnic by Simon Mole (Brent Libraries, Hertfordshire Libraries, Ally Pally, the Albany & artsdepot 2021);

Chicken Burger & Chips by Corey Bovell (Brockley Jack 2020), Mole & Gecko: The Show by Simon Mole (national tour 2019, 2020);

Poisoned Polluted (Old Red Lion, 2019, Offie nominated) by Kathryn O'Reilly;

Friends For All by Simon Mole (National Tour 2018);

POT by Ambreen Razia (Ovalhouse, Stratford Circus & National Tour 2018);

WonderGirl by Eva Edo (Ovalhouse 2018);

WHITE by Koko Brown (Pleasance Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018, Tour management, shortlisted Amnesty International);

Vessel by Laura Wyatt O'Keeffe (Underbelly Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018, shortlisted Amnesty International);

The Diary of a Hounslow Girl by Ambreen Razia (Black Theatre Live 2016, House Theatre Tour 2017, Alchemy Festival Southbank 2017, Commissioned by Ovalhouse);

Hidden by Nicola Werenowska (Regional Tour 2017);

Screwed (Theatre503, 2016);

The Reverse Is Also True by Stephen May & Mark Illis (Regional Tour 2015, Novus Theatre)

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