Kirrie Wratten




Kirrie trained with Mike Alfreds, Elen Bowman, Katie Mitchell, Tatiana Olear and Ian Rickson (Living Pictures Productions). She directed Sally Llewellyn's play Edward's Presents (Earwig Arts, Union Theatre), and has directed new plays for the Edinburgh and Henley Fringe Festivals, and in many London fringe venues.


She has directed three plays by Judy Upton, including a new play, Gaby Goes Global, as part of the Fresh Ideas Season at the New Wimbledon Studio in 2009. Recent directing credits include Absurd Person Singular by Alan Ayckbourn, Arcadia by Tom Stoppard and an open air Merry Wives in 2013.


Site specific theatre credits include Romeo and Juliet, The Crucible, and Twelfth Night.


Kirrie won Best Director Award at the Lion and Unicorn's Solo Festival in 2008.




September 2013