Sarah Hadland

Previously at Chichester Bridget in Canvas (Minerva Theatre).

Theatre includes Elizabeth in What's in a Name (Birmingham Rep); Rosy in Raving (Hampstead Theatre); Rhapsode in Decor Without Production (Royal Court Downstairs); Jane/Portia in The Vegemite Tales (Riverside Studios); Joan Helford in Time and the Conways (tour); Jenny in The Day That Kevin Came, Hermia in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Lady Caroline Laney in Dear Brutus (Nottingham Playhouse); Geraldine Barclay in What the Butler Saw (Royal Theatre Northampton); Betty Whitehouse in Dangerous Corner (national tour); Alice Hobson in Hobson's Choice (Stephen Joseph Theatre Scarborough); Mary Mooney in Once a Catholic and Honey in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Swan Theatre Worcester); Frenchy in Grease (Cambridge Theatre).

Television includes Ratburger, The Moonstone, Inside No 9, Hoff the Record, Galavant, Ballott Monkeys, The Job Lot (RTS Nomination Best Comedy Performance); W1A, Radges, Stop/Start, Brotherhood, Marley’s Ghosts, The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff, Waterloo Road, The Jury, Royal Wedding, How Not to Live Your Life, Miranda, That Mitchell and Webb Glimpse, Moving Wallpaper, Horrible Histories, Beautiful People, After You've Gone, Leaners, The IT Crowd, Love Soup, Life on Mars, Saxondale, Broken News, Green Wing, Man Stroke Woman, The Genius of Beethoven, Peepshow, Heatwave, Sweet Medicine, Daddy's Girl, Bad Girls, A Dark Adapted Eye.

Radio includes Little Encounters, Bleak Expectations, Rashid Goes to Hollywood, Listen Against, Mr and Mrs Smith, Brief Encounter. Films include Burton & Taylor, Now is Good, Leap Year, Quantum of Solace, Grow our Own, Magicians, Confetti, Basil.