Director. Actor. Writer. Creator.
In a career that has spanned the best part of three decades, Sarah Redmond has been involved with over 300 productions as a director, choreographer, movement director, producer, writer or actress.
Her directing credits include Matt Lucas and Friends (Vaudeville Theatre), multiple pantomimes for UK Productions, She Said The F Word and The Homosexual Necrophiliac Duck Opera! (Tete a Tete Opera Festival), Bromance (Kenton Theatre & The Other Palace ), The Tempest (Waterloo East), The Importance Of Being Earnest (Studio Jack), The Worst Little Warehouse In London (International Tour), Monty & Mirabella for Away Resorts UK and has directed numerous drama school and conservatoire productions.
'Redmond’s skilful direction brings out the very best of each of the young performers on stage.The detailed characterisation and many a comedy moment bring out the full potential of not only the singing, but also great acting.' Reviews Hub
Most recently, Sarah’s lockdown monologue ‘Zoom’ was broadcast on BBC radio Suffolk on 16 June 2020. Discover more of her vintage inspired monologues on her instagram @bitchinbeigevintage
As an actress Sarah has worked at the top of her field in the West-End, RSC, BBC, ITV, in regional theatre, radio drama, voice overs opera and touring commercially in plays and musicals.
''Redmond is just memorable. From the breathtaking Getting Married Today to her resilient I'm Still Here, Redmond proves herself a fine interpreter of some of Sondheim's best work" Side By Side By Sondheim - The Stage Newspaper
Career highlights include Animal Crackers (Royal Exchange & Lyric Shaftesbury Avenue) Grease (Dominion Theatre), Eastenders (BBC), Regular in Family Affairs (Ch.5) Alice In Wonderland & The Tempest (Royal Shakespeare Company), the UK premiere of Songs For A New World (Bridewell), and numerous UK tours including the UK Premiere of Richard O'Brien's The Stripper, The Magic Flute, Marriage Of Figaro and La Traviata.