Sarah Redmond Director

Directing credits include:

Jack And The Beanstalk, Cinderella, Peter Pan, Snow White (Bournemouth Pavilion) Jack And The Beanstalk (Assembly Theatre Tunbridge Wells), Peter Pan (Sunderland Empire) all for UK Productions. She Said The F Word (London Tête à Tête Opera Festival) The Importance Of Being Earnest (Studio Jack Brockley, London) Bromance (The Other Palace & Kenton Theatre, Henley), The Worst Little Warehouse In London (Above The Arts Theatre, The MC Showroom Melbourne, Assembly Festival for Edinburgh Festival Fringe) Oliver! (Frinton Summer Theatre, Theatre Tent), The Homosexual Necrophiliac Duck Opera! (Kings Place for the London Tête à Tête Opera Festival & The Natural History Museum) The Tempest (Waterloo East Theatre) Out Of The Lens and So What If I Dance (2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival) Pinkalicious (Waterloo East Theatre and listed in Top 10 Christmas shows by the London Evening Standard), The Mary Portas project (Actors Market), Red Hot and Cole and Z Bed (The Landor), Sweeney Todd (NYMT, Rose Theatre Kingston), Songs For A New World (NYMT, The Bridewell) Matt Lucas and Friends (NYMT, Vaudeville Theatre), Just Friends (Alice Label Foundation/Southwark Cathedral), The Kondos (Jermyn St Theatre) and Vocalarity (UK Tour).

Directing for Drama School credits include:

Crazy For You, Our House, City Of Angels, Lucky Stiff and The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas (Trinity-Stratford Circus), A Little Night Music, Just So and Betty Blue Eyes (Chichester University).


As writer/director Sarah has written:

Cinderella Rock (TIE Tour), Time Out's 'Pick Of The Fringe' Monty And Mirabella (Waterloo East Theatre) and The Christmas Sisters (Emporium Theatre Brighton, The Bedford Balham, UK School Tour. 


As Movement Director:

Chorus Of Disapproval, Stepping Out and It's Never Too Late (Mill At Sonning), Sondheim Gala (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Midsummer Nights Dream (Propeller UK tour), Sweeney Todd (Village Underground) and Spaghetti Opera (Opera On The Run).


Sarah has directed and choreographed numerous corporate events, clients ranging from Disney to Guinness!

She regularly teaches drama to children and has directed and led workshops in many leading conservatoires.

Current and forthcoming work includes adapting a book to stage for The Welsh Millenium Centre. Directing Merrily We Roll Along for Chichester University (Newbury and Brighton Festivals) and the London transfer of Bromance.

As an actress Sarah has performed in the West End, in opera, on TV and radio and is a regular face on the London cabaret scene.

Sarah is the founder of children's drama classes Top and Tiny Turns.