Sarah is a first year drama student living in Guildford, being originally from Sheffield she is a true Northerner at heart. Keen to perform and write, she wants to be as involved in the performing arts industry as possible. As she is training at the moment she's still learning and developing a wide range of things, from ballet to creative writing.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has been running relaxed performances in Stratford-Upon-Avon since 2013, but Sunday marked their first ever relaxed performance - of Matilda - for a West End audience, bringing the stage adaptation of Roald Dahl's courageous and loved tale to audiences affected by autism and other learning disabilities.BWW Reviews: ALL MY SONS,
Open Air Theatre, May 20 2014 May 21, 2014
Having never been to the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre before, all I knew was the buzz and excitement other people gave off about previous shows there. Walking through the main entrance, immediately there's a warming and unique atmosphere; perhaps it's just because it's that time of year when we can finally sit outside in England with only a small chance of being rained on. It's a new season at the Open Air, and what better way to begin than with Arthur Miller's classic 'All My Sons', directed by Timothy Sheader.Reflections: MISS SAIGON Returns To London May 6, 2014
The threat of global warming and natural disasters are constantly thrust upon us in the news everyday. We know that one day our homes could be taken from us by an earthquake, tsunami, or a tornado, and yet we, in England especially, all still live our lives, happy as ever, like nothing will happen...OLIVIERS 2014: Preview - Best New Play April 11, 2014
Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson's 'Ghost Stories' began in Liverpool back in 2010. Since then it's been seen by over 300,000 people in London, Toronto and Moscow. Despite so many people already surviving watching this show, I still genuinely thought I could be seeing the end of my life in the Arts Theatre in London...2014 Theatre Preview: Sarah Flinton's Picks December 31, 2013
This story of sacrifice, courage and above all, love, will undeniably play with the emotions of any audience member. Englishman Stephen Wraysford leads his men through the notoriously infamous Battle of the Somme, whilst passionate and sensitive memories of his former lover Isabelle Azaire replay in his mind.BWW Reviews: THE TROJAN WOMEN, The Gate Theatre, November 12 2012 November 13, 2012
David Lan, the artistic director of the Young Vic Theatre, directs this world premiere of Blackta by new writer Nathaniel Martello-White. Although best known for his work as an actor, Martello-White was determined to challenge and change the perception of black actors in this fresh piece of new writing. Focusing on how limiting the job opportunities are for ethnic minorities, he raised a sensitive issue that is rarely assessed on both stage and screen.