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Sarah graduated from Mountview theatre school back when the world was young. She continued to work in all areas of the industry from West End, Regional, TV, Touring , Radio and Voiceovers.

Theatre credits include:

The Duck Opera (Tete A Tete Opera Festival 2015 Kings Place, London) Side By Side By Sondheim (Brockley Jack-London), Tracy Beaker Gets Real (Hackney Empire), Alice In Wonderland (RSC London and Stratford) The Tempest (RSC at The Roundhouse singing Craig Armstrong’s score), Dreaming (The Queens Theatre) Animal Crackers (Lyric Shaftesbury Ave) Grease (Dominion and Cambridge) Of Thee I Sing and the UK premiere of Songs for a New World (The Bridewell) The Magic Flute for Music Theatre London (Donmar Warehouse) La Traviata also for Music Theatre London (Drill Hall) Zazuela! (Bloomsbury) Beauty And The Beards (Kings Head), Coloured Lights (Jermyn St) The Bar (Drill Hall) The Stripper/Kind Hearts And Coronets (Queens Theatre Hornchurch) Chelsea Girls (Man In The Moon) and three lost Musicals at The Barbican, Bloomer Girl, Red Hot And Blue and Gentlemen prefer Blondes.

Regional work includes:

Wizard Of Oz (Birmingham Rep) British Premiere of Whenever for Alan Ayckbourn (Stephen Joseph Theatre Scarborough) Peter Pan (Th Royal Plymouth/Woking QDOS) Don Juan and The Sound Of Music (West Yorkshire Playhouse) Picnic at The Opera (UK Tour) Animal Crackers (Royal Exchange Manchester and UK tour) The Marriage Of Figaro (New Vic Stoke and tour) The Pickwick Papers and Annie Get Your Gun (Wolsey Theatre Ipswich) Company and Putting It Together (Manchester Library theatre) Hay fever, Out Of Order, Salad Days (Southwold Summer Theatre) Side By Side By Sondheim(Hong Kong and Singapore).

TV and Film includes:

Interns (CH4) Real Time Movie (Tate Modern), Look What They’ve Done to My Song (Matts Gallery) Monty And Mirabella (EagleRock media)Family Affairs (ch 5) Eastenders (BBC) NHS! (Paramount comedy) Models Required (YTV) Chucklevision (BBC) Trail Of Guilt (BBC) Barbara (Carlton) Not Quite At The Opera (CH5.Sky/MTL) If…It Was A Woman’s World (BBC) Uncle Max (ITV)Crust (Tapps)



The Constant Nymph, We’ll be right Back, Oliver Twist (BBC) Loose Ends (R4) and numerous voiceovers this year alone he has been a stroppy cat for Bob Martin and a seven year old boy or BOSE !



 “ You should have your own show” – Alan Rickman 

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