An actress by profession, Sarah Lawrie began producing her own work in 2013 and has worked consistently as a producer alongside her stage work ever since. Most recently she was associate producer on Opera In the City Festival at The Bridewell Theatre and The Women & War International Festival, which she associate produced under the auspices of The So & So Arts Club. To date, she has mounted three showcases of her own work as a performer: ‘My Romantic History’ (Old Red Lion), ‘Madame Bovary’ (Hope Theatre), in which she played the title role, and Tree House (Tristan Bates Theatre and touring). Sarah also co-produced ‘The Marvellous Adventures of Mary Seacole’ at last year's Edinburgh Fringe and is currently producing and directing Rula Lenska’s new one woman show ‘From Dzikow to Willesden Green’ which tour this Spring. As an actress, Sarah’s has worked extensively in theatre, including roles at The Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, Chichester Festival Theatre, Salisbury Playhouse, Oldham Coliseum, The Mill at Sonning and the West End.
is a freelance theatre director, a founder member of the Entire Theatre Company and former academic. Recent work includes LANZA at the Bridewell as part of the Opera in the City season in August and The Gin Chronicles at Sea for Interrupt the Routine at the ArtsSpace, Edinburgh. ORBITS, at the Drayton Arms, London. RealLife TV, at The Barons Court and Saffron Hill at the Pleasance, London. Other work includes Zena Edwards's Security - a BAC and Birmingham Rep production which was the first UK production selected for the Shizuoka Festival, Japan, and Richard Tyrone Jones’s Big Heart, the first Spoken Word show adapted into a series for BBC Radio 4. Along with Death of a Hunter, he is currently working on Noel Coward and his Women, first performed at the Lincoln Centre, New York, for a London premiere in 2018. He is a member of Equity, the Directors Guild Of Great Britain, Actors and Writers London and the Chelsea Arts Club. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.