I trained at Central School of Speech and Drama in London and then worked for three years with the David Glass Ensemble, touring all over the world and developing my physical/ visual theatre skills. I have gone on to work in a great variety of productions in theatre, TV, film and radio, from period drama to TV soaps, from Shakespeare to storytelling shows. I have worked a lot with improvisation – performing for both theatre and film without a script, and have also developed scripts through improvisation.

I love working with my voice – singing, radio, voiceovers. I have written and performed songs, recorded vocals for Max Richter on his album “ Three Worlds, Music From Woolf Works” and “Memory House”, recorded traditional stories for audio such as this Selkie Story, and I sing every week in a choir.

“Sarah Sutcliffe steals the show with a compelling performance” Kate Stratton in Time Out
A charismatic talent” Louise Rimmer in Scotland on Sunday

Here are some of my personal highlights:

Sexy Tuesdays
Winner of the Best Film and Audience award at the London 48 Hour Film Project 2011.
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Scottish Bafta award winning short film.
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  The West Wittering Affair
Award winning comedy Brit Flick; “Fantastically honest, brilliantly improvised… the cast are terrific” film 4.
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  The Tale That Wags The Dog
Part of the British Council “Best of British” Showcase season, this storytelling theatre show which I co wrote played at some fantastic venues including The Purcell Rooms, Lyric Hammersmith and Theatre Royal Plymouth, as well as internationally.
  David Glass Ensemble
The Lost Child Trilogy toured all over the world. David had extraordinary insight and vision.