Carrie-Anne Ingrouille

Carrie-Anne Ingrouille trained at the Centre Performing Arts College

Theatre and Dance

For the National: The Suicide

In London's West End: SixJeeves & Wooster, I Can't Sing!

Other choreography: Wonderful Town at Opera Holland Park; This is My Family at Chichester; The Catherine Tate Show Live on UK tour; Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense at the Duke of York’s; and The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party at the Royal Opera House and Roundhouse. Forthcoming projects include choreography on Inua Ellams’ adaptation of Antigone at Regent’s Park; the UK premiere of the Broadway hit musical Something Rotten at Birmingham Rep; and a new show in development for Norwegian Cruise Lines. Carrie-Anne Ingrouille is currently the UK Associate Choreographer for the London production of Hamilton.

As performer: The Olypmpic Handover Cerremonies, 2008; The Show of Life, Blaze, The Street Dance Sensation, plus performances for Latitude Festival, West End Live, Boadicea and ZooNation

Streetdance 3D, The Vidal Sasson Annual European Awards, Change4Life Summer Campaign, 2015

Six - Olivier Award nomination, Best Theatre Choreographer / WhatsOnStage, OFFIE, The Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Award nominations, Best Choreography.

(Updated February 2022)