Welcome to the website for Maggie Service. You’ll find all the up to date news on where you can see and hear her work.
If you'd like to follow her on Twitter her handle is @maggieservice
To view her full CV please visit her Spotlight page:
Listen to Maggie playing opposite Joanna Lumley in the radio comedy Meltdown, BBC radio 4, Friday November 6th at 2.15pm or listen again here after airing:
Maggie plays Kerry the Floor Manager in the acclaimed Three Parter ‘Quiz’ by James Graham, directed by Stephen Frears which was shown on ITV in the UK from April 13–15th and is available on ITV Hub and will be on AMC in the USA from May 31st.
Watch Maggie as Sister Theresa Garraluous of The Chattering Order of St Beryl’s in ‘Good Omens’ by Neil Gaiman based on the book he wrote with Terry Pratchett, directed by Douglas Mackinnon on Amazon Prime.
You’ll be able to see Maggie on BBC One in the drama ‘Life’ by Mike Bartlett directed by Jane Pollard and Iain Forsyth available on the bbc iplayer now.
Maggie is represented by Jess Alford at United Agents: http://www.unitedagents.co.uk/maggie-service
And for voice work by AdVoicehttps://www.advoice.co.uk/
Please see the above links to watch and listen to her showreels.
Follow her on Twitter: @MaggieService
You can purchase audiobooks Maggie has narrated:
Between the Sea and Sky by Kirsty Logan on Audible.https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Hag-Audiobook/B07V3DWB3F
'The Last of Us' by Rob Ewing: https://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Last-of-Us/dp/B01DWEP7BM
'The Pearl Thief' by Elizabeth Wein which Maggie won an Earphones Award for: http://www.audiofilemagazine.com/reviews/read/128924/the-pearl-thief-by-elizabeth-wein-read-by-maggie-service/
'The Great Level' by Stella Tillyard: https://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Great-Level/dp/B07FCT6HYQ
'Missy: Divorced, Beheaded, Regenerated' by John Dorney on Big Finish.
'Unseen Academicals' by Terry Pratchett https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Sci-Fi-Fantasy/Unseen-Academicals-Audiobook/B004FUAWV8
Maggie features on the soundtrack of the movie 'London Road' available on ITunes.
Here is the feature she wrote and performed for Sky News Morning Stories in 2015: https://news.sky.com/story/morning-stories-power-of-positive-thinking-10336808
Winner of an Earphones Award for The Pearl Thief audiobook 2017.
Nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as Lady Fidget in The Country Wife at the Manchester Theatre Awards 2012.
She plays Kerry in QUIZ currently available on ITV hub in the UK and will be on AMC in the USA from May 31st.
She plays Sister Theresa Garrulous in this series available to watch on Amazon.
MAGGIE READS BBC 500 WORDS COMPETITION ENTRIES
If you’re in need of a wee story have a listen to the brilliant entries here:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/KNWsKPrg7stQ54tTbcf6P7/500-words-the-storiesIn the 5 to 9 category she reads:
A night with the stars/ Anything is possible/ The crab and the lantern fish/ The grocery shop breakout/ Night Knight/ The winning goal/ The day football save the world/ The family prime minister
In the 10 to 13 category she reads:
The colourful comedian/ The dings and the dongs/ The Fishermans tale/ The Mars theory/ Never bring a lion to school/ The pain from the rain/ Screen time/ Mr Nosey Parkers school for nosey animals
MAGGIE APPEARS IN A SHORT PLAY ON FRONT ROW
Listen to Maggie and Elizabeth Counsell in a delightful play put together by BBC studio manager Ali Craig from transcripts of her Nan and Auntie caught on answerphone recordings. Tune in to about minute 25 of Front Row to hear it: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000hvls
MAGGIE SERVICE READS BRIXTON HILL AT A BOOK AT BEDTIME ON RADIO 4
From June 29th every week day for the following two weeks at 12.06 and again at 10.45pm Brixton Hill by Lottie Moggach will be played on radio 4. All episodes will be available for a month to listen to on the Iplayer and BBC Sounds. Maggie shares the storytelling with Will Howard throughout the episodes. It’s produced by Gaynor MacFarlane. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000kgp5
MAGGIE SERVICE PLAYS ANITA IN MELTDOWN ON BBC RADIO 4, FRIDAY 6TH NOVEMBER AT 2.15PM
Starting Joanna Lumley this comedy is sure to give you a laugh. Listen live or listen again: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000p0t6