Sadie has recently begun writing a blog which explores the intersection between bisexuality and mental health. You can read her latest post, which explores why ‘Call Me By Your Name’ is actually a bisexual coming-of-age story, here.
Sadie has spent the last year writing a one woman play, ‘Algorithms’, on the Soho Theatre Writer’s Lab. It was longlisted for the Soho Theatre Tony Craze Award, making the top ten plays and she will be performing it for the first time on Monday 1st October at The Rosemary Branch Theatre.
Sadie can be seen in the new Paddy Power commercial below, which shot abroad earlier this year.
Sadie's improv team The Right Kind of Trouble have secured a residency at the Rosemary Branch Theatre. It's every third Thursday of the month starting on the 18th January. See the Rosemary Branch Website for more details here.
Sadie is delighted to have been offered a place on the Soho Theatre Writer's Lab programme which helps writers to develop a full length play over the course of ten months. She will be working on her first full-length solo show, a millenial comedy, with support from Jules Haworth as her dramaturg (dramaturg for Dust by Milly Thomas & Quarter Life Crisis by Yolanda Mercy).
I've got another two comedy improv gigs coming up! The first is on Monday 22nd May at The Miller (London Bridge) and will be my Level 4 Monkey Toast graduation show in which I'll be performing an Armando. Tickets can be bought here. Then on Friday 26th May I'll be performing with my team in the Free Association's 'Cage Match', an improv competition where two teams battle head to head and the audience decides the winner. Winners return to defend their title at the next cage match... Tickets for that here.
In the spirit of Alice Marshall who said: "You have to try stuff. You have to fail and you have to not care" in this inspiring article I read last week, I have launched my 'Sunday Funday' character monolgoues on YouTube . I will be uploading a new character monologue every Sunday so subscribe to my channel and look out for the uploads on my Twitter account.
On the 13th March I will be performing in my first ever live comedy improv show at The Miller in London Bridge! The show marks the end of my Level 3 training with the award-winning Monkey Toast and we will be performing the Harold. Come and see me playing a multitude of silly characters. Tickets are £5 on the door with all the profits going to charitable organisation Crew For Calais, run by theatre and events technical staff who give up their time and money to travel to Calais to help refugees.