Sarah is an Award winning international Theatre Director and Co-Artistic Director of Longsight Theatre Company (www.longsighttheatre.com). Sarah is a London based but originally hails from the northwest and spent her early career in Manchester. Current projects include: The Very Perry Show by Kate Perry, San Francisco International Arts Festival & Derry Playhouse, May/June 2016; Mr Incredible by Camilla Whitehill, VAULT Festival 2016 & Edinburgh Festival 2016 (winner of the Origins Award for Outstanding New Work 2016); Screwed by Kathryn O'Reilly, Theatre 503 June/July 2016 (nominated for Best Director, Off West End Awards); Where Do Little Birds Go? By Camilla Whitehill, UK tour, VAULT Festival & Underbelly, Underbelly, Edinburgh Festival 2015, The Old Red Lion, November 2016 (winner of The People’s Choice Award, Vault Festival 2015). You by Mark Wilson, Brighton Fringe 2015 (winner of The Argus Angel Award, Brighton Fringe Award For Theatre & The Fringe Review Outstanding Theatre Award). In development and staged readings: Nadya, by Chris Dury (cast including; Michelle Terry, Stephen Tomkinson, Phyllis Logan, Shaun  Prendergast, David Robb, Dominic Mafham, Rupert Holiday-Evans, Jamie Foreman) The Park Theatre, 2016; Texas Taxman, Luke Courtier, The Arcola Theatre, 2016. Sarah brings great clarity of purpose, intensity and emotional truth to whatever she directs. (John Burgess, co-founder and Artistic Director of The Studio, The National Theatre) Represented by Colin Blumenau, The Production Exchange Management.

Sarah is an Award winning international Theatre Director and Co-Artistic Director of Longsight Theatre Company (www.longsighttheatre.com). Sarah is a London based but originally hails from the northwest and spent her early career in Manchester. Current projects include: The Very Perry Show by Kate Perry, San Francisco International Arts Festival & Derry Playhouse, May/June 2016; Mr Incredible by Camilla Whitehill, VAULT Festival 2016 & Edinburgh Festival 2016 (winner of the Origins Award for Outstanding New Work 2016); Screwed by Kathryn O'Reilly, Theatre 503 June/July 2016 (nominated for Best Director, Off West End Awards); Where Do Little Birds Go? By Camilla Whitehill, UK tour, VAULT Festival & Underbelly, Underbelly, Edinburgh Festival 2015, The Old Red Lion, November 2016 (winner of The People’s Choice Award, Vault Festival 2015). You by Mark Wilson, Brighton Fringe 2015 (winner of The Argus Angel Award, Brighton Fringe Award For Theatre & The Fringe Review Outstanding Theatre Award). In development and staged readings: Nadya, by Chris Dury (cast including; Michelle Terry, Stephen Tomkinson, Phyllis Logan, Shaun  Prendergast, David Robb, Dominic Mafham, Rupert Holiday-Evans, Jamie Foreman) The Park Theatre, 2016; Texas Taxman, Luke Courtier, The Arcola Theatre, 2016.

Sarah brings great clarity of purpose, intensity and emotional truth to whatever she directs. (John Burgess, co-founder and Artistic Director of The Studio, The National Theatre)

Represented by Colin Blumenau, The Production Exchange Management.