Maxine was a journalist in London before moving to Ireland in 1990. She did her first stand-up gig in a Dublin pub in 2011 and was hooked. She has since toured four Edinburgh shows, been a guest on BBC Woman's Hour and performed in the RTE Comedy Showcase and the BBC New Comedy Awards.
Her material is honest and refreshing, on living in Ireand, rearing three Irish sons and on turning 60.
'Brilliant' Northern Standard
'Outstandingly funny' entertainment.ie
'Top 10 feminist fatales' Chortle
'Made me laugh a lot' Jo Enright
'Raises questions and issues around gender roles in a gentle yet probing way. Audience loved it' Buxton Review
'Her honesty made her comedy work for me.'
Somerset County Gazette
'I've been coming to the Edinburgh Fringe since 1983 and have never related to a show so much.'
'Funny and charming'
'All the family and our friends laughed at and enjoyed your show more than any other we saw during our day of comedy in Edinburgh.'
On twitter at @maxinejonescom