On graduating from Guildford School of Acting in 2008, Sarah made her West End debut in Zorro at the Garrick Theatre, covering and playing the lead female role, Luisa. This was followed by a world tour as principal singer onboard Cunard’s renowned Queen Victoria. Sarah then toured the UK with the 25th anniversary production of Phantom of the Opera, covering and playing Madame Giry. More recently she appeared in the London Palladium production of Scrooge starring Tommy Steele, where she played Mrs Cratchit.

Sarah has performed in some of London’s most renowned venues including The Royal Albert Hall and St Paul’s Cathedral and was honoured to appear at the London Palladium as part of the 2008 Royal Variety Performance before HRH Prince Charles and Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall.

For events, Sarah specialises in arranging ‘incognito’ singers in high-profile venues across London. Her most recent engagements have included arranging Musical Theatre singers for parties at the Dorchester and 1 Marylebone, contemporary pop singers for a wedding proposal in Columbia Road Flower Market, and Singing Waiters for weddings in Surrey and surrounding areas. To find out more about Sarah’s company or to book singers for your event please visit TheVocalCollective.com

Sarah is one third of the comedy troupe ‘Going South’ and of vocal trio ‘Damsels’ – performing an eclectic range of genres from vintage Jazz to Musical Theatre. To find out more about these projects please visit Going South  The Damsels

Sarah can be heard on the original cast recordings of both Zorro and Tolkien the Musical – and her vocals also feature on the American horror film Reunion. In addition Sarah runs a busy singing school. Sing-Now