Theatre credits include: #71, The Real Mrs Sinatra and After The Cuts (Oran Mor) The Broons (Selladoor) Still Game at The Hydro (Phil McIntyre Ents) Cinderella (Qudos) Uncle Varrick (Rapture) Men Should Weep (NTS) Six Black Candles, Goldfish Theatre Co.,The Steamie (Laidlaw Prods) Educating Agnes (Theatre Babel); Reasons to be cheerful (7:84); A Happy Medium (Tour); Dumbstruck, The Guid Sisters, Paddy’s Market (Tron Theatre); The Wishing Tree, Damaged Goods (Wiseguise Theatre Company); Yellow on the Broom (Dundee Rep); Peter Pan (Mitchell Theatre); Danton’s Death, Jock Tamon’s Bairns, Antigone (Communicado Theatre Compnay); John Brown’s Body (Wildcat); Several seasons at Perth Rep & Pitlochry Theatre, Lucy and the Christmas Tree (Borderline); A Wee touch O’ Class (Kings, Glasgow).
Television credits include: River City (BBC Scotland), Molly and Mack (CBBC) Scot Squad (Comedy Unit) Merlin (Shine TV), Dear Green Place (Effingee): Sea of Souls, Balamory, Monarch of the Glen, Stacy Stone, Still Game, John Brown’s Body, Tinsel Town, Murder Rooms; The Dark Beginnings of Sherlock Holmes, Life Support, Ruffian Hearts, City Lights (BBC); Taggart (STV),
Film credits include: Wild Rose (Fable Pictures) Heart & Sole (Tiger Aspect) After Life (Gabriel Films); Overnight Express (Square Go Prod), American Cousins (American Cousins Ltd), Rock Face (Ultimate Pictures/ BBC), One Life Stand (Elemental Films); Caesar No5 (Hampden Films), Orphans, Riff Raff (Parallax Pictures); Close (Short), Mirror Mirror (Short).
Maureen is founder and Artistic Director of the Glasgow based female comedy collective Witsherface.
Date posted: 1st Sep 2019
Writers – seasoned and new to TV – have signed up for BBC Scotland’s televisual treatment of the acclaimed theatre scheme A Play, A Pie And A Pint. Starting in…Read More
Date posted: 14th Aug 2019
Another chance to see Maureen Carr in Chic Murray: A Funny Place for a Window, coming to The Stand’s New Town Theatre, Edinburgh. Chic Murray was the comedian’s comedian. In…Read More
Date posted: 16th Apr 2019
Following overwhelming response from previous runs at the Traverse Theatre, Abbey Theatre, Latitude Festival and Scottish Parliament, Locker Room Talk returns to continue a conversation about misogyny and masculinity, and features…Read More
Date posted: 15th Mar 2019
Iconic BBC comedy Still Game will premiere its ninth – and final series – on the new BBC Scotland channel and features BAA’s Maureen Carr, Kevin Lennon and Joanna Tope.…Read More
Date posted: 14th Mar 2019
Playing as part of Oran Mor’s celebration of 500 shows, Chic Murray: A Funny Place for A Window returns to A Play, A Pie and A Pint on 25th March…Read More
Date posted: 27th Nov 2018
BAA’s Maureen Carr stars in this year’s sold out Oran Mor Christmas Panto, The Lying B***h And The Wardrobe. “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some are still…Read More