Theatre includes: Fantine in Les Miserables: The Concert (Gielgud Theatre), Veronica in Heathers (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Brenda in The Christmasaurus Live (Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith), Wednesday in The Addams Family (Music and Lyrics), Eponine in Les Misérables (Dubai – Cameron Mackintosh), Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Music and Lyrics), Eponine in Les Misérables (Queen’s), Beth in Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds (arena tour), Wind in the Willows (Regent’s Park Open Air), Jane Banks in Mary Poppins (Disney Theatrical/Cameron Mackintosh), Jemima in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Young Eponine in Les Misérables. Television includes: In Two Minds, Break Kids, Princess Beatrix in Wilhelmina and Dog & Duck.
Concerts: Carrie’s solo concert debut in 2018 where she sold out four shows of When the Curtain Falls at Cadogan Hall over one weekend and played to over 3,000 fans. Other concerts include Jason Robert Brown in Concert (Haymarket Theatre), West End Does Love (FortyFour Productions), West End Does Christmas (FortyFour Productions), West End Does Animation (FortyFour Productions), Edges (Prince of Wales), Andrew Lippa in Concert, Sheytoons in Concert (St James) and Ramin Karimloo’s 2012 tour Road to Find Out. 2020 sees her first concert in Japan at the Orchard Hall in Tokyo as part of the line-up of The Voices of the West End.
Music: Carrie’s debut solo album When the Curtain Falls, released in March 2018 and produced by 2300 RECORDS, went straight into the Top 20 UK Album Charts and number two in the iTunes Soundtrack Charts.
Presenting: Backstage Host of the 2018 Olivier Awards at the Royal Albert Hall and Host of the 2016 Olivier Awards in the Piazza.
Books: Carrie’s first book All I Know Now: Wonderings and Reflections on Growing Up Gracefully, released in 2015; her second book, On the Other Side, released in July 2016; her third, All That She Can See, released in 2017; her fourth, When The Curtain Falls, released in July 2018 and most recently, her fifth book In The Time We Lost was released in 2019. It was announced in January 2020 that Carrie would be reimaging Noel Streatfeild’s classic tale, Ballet Shoes, for the modern era.
Awards include: Best Actress in a Musical WhatsOnStage Award for Veronica Sawyer in Heathers, Best Actress in a Musical WhatsOnStage Award for Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family and Best Take Over in a Role WhatsOnStage Award for Eponine in Les Misérables.
Social Media: Alongside her acting, literary and music career, Carrie is an established online presence with over 516,000 followers on Twitter, 536,000 on Instagram and over 700,000 subscribers to her YouTube channel with over 1 million views every month. She was named in the 2019 Sunday Times Influencer List as one of the top 100 influencers in the United Kingdom.