Sarah Lawrie

Sarah is Off West Award nominated for her performance in one woman show The Good Dad (Hope Theatre & Golden Goose Theatre). Other stage credits include: the UK premiere of the Ephron sisters’ Love, Loss & What I Wore, Alan Ayckbourn’s Improbable Fiction, and Ten Times Table (all at The Mill at Sonning). She has also played Nell Gwyn in Oranges & Ink (Tristan Bates Theatre and touring), Tilda in Pal Joey and Lulu in Smoking With Lulu (Citizens Theatre, Glasgow), Miss Ledrook in The Life & Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby Parts I & II (Chichester Festival Theatre, West End & Toronto), Helen Schwarz in Christopher Hampton’s Tales From Hollywood, Aricia in Phedre and Estella in Great Expectations (Perth Theatre), Celia in Volpone (Theatre Babel), Katharine in Restoration (Salisbury Playhouse) and Gretchen in Boeing Boeing (Oldham Coliseum). Other theatre includes: Love Bites (Southwark Playhouse), Frankenstein (The Space Theatre), Jack’s Goodbye (Everyword Festival, Liverpool Everyman), My Romantic History (Old Red Lion), Madame Bovary (Hope Theatre), Miniaturists (Arcola Theatre), The Titfield Thunderbolt (Farnham Maltings) and Shutters: A Lesbian Rock Opera (Clapham Omnibus).

Radio includes: Something Understood, E.M. Forster’s The Machine Stops, The Petticoat Vote and Red Lines (all for BBC Radio 4). Sarah has also recently recorded her first Doctor Who audio drama with Tom Baker for Big Finish Productions.

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