Trish trained as a journalist and has worked much of her life in the media.
In 1997 she moved to London from Australia and worked as Marketing Director for Thomson Financial and The Independent Newspaper before moving to a career in theatre.
She has worked at the Bush Theatre and Tricycle Theatre and is now an independent producer creating innovative productions in theatres and site specific locations both on and off the West End.
Most recently she produced The Wider Earth by David Morton, a play about Charles Darwin’s voyage on the Beagle, which was staged in a purpose built-theatre at The Natural History Museum. The highly successful collaboration with Dead Puppet Society ran for 5 months, was nominated for an Olivier Award and was attended by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
For Trish Wadley Productions: The Red Lion by Patrick Marber (Trafalgar Studios – Olivier nomination for Outstanding performance in Affiliate theatre); The Wider Earth by David Morton (The Natural History Museum – Olivier nomination for Best Entertainment & Family); Burning Bridges by Amy Shindler (Theatre503)
As co-producer: My Night With Reg by Kevin Elyot (Apollo Theatre – Olivier nomination for Best Revival).
For Defibrillator, as Executive Producer: A Lie Of The Mind by Sam Shephard (Southwark Playhouse) Speech & Debate by Stephen Karam (Trafalgar Studios); The Hotel Plays by Tennessee Williams (Grange Hotel and Langham, London); Hard Feelings by Doug Lucie and The One Day of the Year by Alan Seymour (Finborough); The Armour (Langham, London) and Insignificance (Langham Place, New York).
Trish is a Stage One Bursary recipient and member of SOLT and UK Theatre.
She is a trustee of The Britain Australia Society; director of The Uncertainty Principle and co-founder of The Australian & New Zealand Festival of Literature & Arts (FANZA).