Trust Me - Kirstin played a neurosurgeon in this BBC series. Ally (Jodi Whittaker), a skilled, hardworking nurse loses her job for whistle blowing. She decides to assume her best friend's identity as a senior doctor to start a new life in Edinburgh.
"Presented with all the flair, elegance and sense of spectacle that is Grid Iron's hallmark" **** Scotsman
"Fascinating and provocative" **** The Stage
"Eminently playful" **** The Herald
Jury Play - A Joint production with the Traverse Theatre and Grid Iron, Juror participation is not a feature of our criminal trials. But what if the system could be different?
Inspired by the pioneering work of Dr Jenny Scott, this immersive play transformed Traverse 1 into a courtroom where barriers were deconstructed and jurors took centre stage. Kirstin played advocate Hermione Bell. Ranting in Latin was her modus operandi....
"Remarkable" ***** Edinburghguide.com
"Sensitive and enlightening" **** TVBomb
What if the doctors thought you were in a persistent vegetative state but actually you could hear every word, feel every breath on your skin and sense every change of light through your closed eyelids? What if your mind was still active, still wandering and thinking? Some Other Stars explores a ‘locked-in’ marriage and Cath and Ian’s heroic attempts at escape.
When Cath sees a flicker in Ian’s eyes, she’s sure he’s still ‘in there’ and wonders if he wants to live. But she forgets to ask herself the same question.
"Murray, in particular, is allowed to excel in her creation of the trauma of self-doubt and of guilt surrounding those whose life partners are taken away without physically being removed". Tom Dibdin All Edinburgh Theatre.
Corin Sworn's film, The Rag Papers, was first commissioned by London's Chisenhale Gallery. It has also been seen at the Sydney Biennale and was part of her exhibition at the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. The Scotsman described the film as a detective story suggesting Kirstin "…may be a spy, a literary sleuth or a ruthless dealer…".
A film for the BBC, written and directed by Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin and starring David Tennant, Rosamund Pike and Billy Connolly, Kirstin filmed on location just outside Dunblane.
Kirstin worked with Brian Cox and Jonathan Watson whilst filming her role of Carnoustie journalist Maggie Johnston for the BBC.
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