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    Sadie Hasler
Sadie Hasler

Sadie Hasler is a multi award-winning columnist, playwright, actor, character comedian, columnist, and radio presenter. She is editing her first novel.

Her one-woman character comedy show Lady Bones went to both Edinburgh & Melbourne Comedy Festivals, popped up in frozen Oslo, and toured the UK to widespread critical acclaim.

"Twisted genius" GQ
"Compelling" - Scotsman
"Superb" - Edinburgh Evening News

As a performer she has worked extensively in television and on the international comedy circuit. She has worked with Harry Hill, Al Murray, Jenny Eclair, Phill Jupitus, and many others. Most recent credits include series 4-7 of Russell Howard's Good News, Rebecca Front's Little Cracker for Sky, and BBC's Walk On The Wild Side.

Her plays ‘The Bastard Children of Remington Steele’ and ‘The Secret Wives of Andy Williams’, dark comedies, played at Camden People's Theatre, the Leicester Square Theatre, and Underbelly Edinburgh.

To read her columns for The Echo & The Gazette, go to www.sadiehasler.wordpress.com

To read her pieces in Standard Issue Magazine, go to http://standardissuemagazine.com/?s=sadie+hasler

For her piece on suicide, grief & music in the Lancet, go to:http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpsy/article/PIIS2215-0366(15)00140-6/fulltext

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Visit her website - http://sadiehasler.wix.com/sadiehasler

For full actor's CV go to Spotlight.

Sarah Mayhew   Sarah Mayhew

Sarah is an actor, dancer, improvisor, and radio presenter. She started her career touring the world with renowned Circo Tihany.

Sarah has a long history in theatre and comedy, regularly performing on the London circuit as part of the successful Joan Crawford Collective and in Kaneing Comedy with Russell Kane.


She has produced and starred in premier improv troupe Quirkish Delight for twelve years.

Sarah has also appeared in The Weekly Show for Channel 4 Radio, Guerrilla Gig for BBC3, The Wright Stuff for Channel 5 and the If.com nominated show Gaping Flaws.

Sarah's latest role was as Beatrice in "The Bastard Children of Remington Steele" which garnered 4 and 5 star reviews and was named pick of the fringe.

She also appeared as Enid in ‘The Secret Wives of Andy Williams’, and Ted Hughes, Bette Davis, and Rose West in an adapted version of Sadie Hasler’s ‘Lady Bones’.

  "Inspired..." Fringe Review  
  To read her blog go to www.hewston.blogspot.co.uk

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For full actor's CV go to Spotlight.
  As performers, they...  

- Presented The Sadie & Sarah Show for Chance Radio.

- Recorded a live radio production of 'Pirates - The Ballad of Windy Cragg' a play by Sadie.

- Starred in Russell Kane's 'Fakespeare - The Lamentable Tragedie of Yates's Wine Lodge' which appeared on the legendary main stage at the RSC and also enjoyed a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe.

- Appeared on BBC Radio 2's Out To Lunch, and Channel 4 Radio's The Weekly Show with Russell Kane and Ricky Gervais.

- Devised/produced many live sketch and improv shows
including Quirkish Delight, Ginger Snaps, Kaneing Comedy, and April Fool Fundango.

- Appeared on Dave Channel's One Night Stand & BBC3's Guerrilla Gig.


As director/producers, they...


- Staged Lady Bones, The Bastard Children of Remington Steele and Ginger Snaps.

- Co-directed The Wave Comedy Festival 2012.

- Were commissioned by Metal to curate the first dedicated theatre tent at Village Green in 2013.

  As educators, they...  

- Co-Headed the English department at Select-Ed, an alternative education centre for excluded pupils.

- Were directors at The Actor's Clinic, a weekly workshop that prepared 16-19 year olds for Drama School entry, with fantastic results; students have gone on to study at E15, LAMDA, Mountview, Central & Guildhall.

- Have lectured in Professional Development at E15 drama school and run a new writing workshop for some of their undergraduates.

- Ran a very successful writing workshop for The Wave Comedy Festival.

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