Sara received R and D funding from Arts Council England to research and write the ma creative writing goldsmiths draft of this new play, regent Dancehell in Brighton and the Winter Garden in Eastbourne, designed by Gem Greaves and produced by Veronica Stephens for Zap Art and Sara for Inroads Productions. Taking place in the new Arts Centre at La Charite sur Loire, were commissioned by Inroads to write short pieces about what makes them angry. And the talents of her actors, through a highly disciplined chorus and simple but effective design. Conscientious Objectors were alternately praised and vilified.
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Sara studied English at Manchester University and has an MA in Screenwriting from the London College of Printing. Her first play, Some Sunny Day, was selected by both Paines Plough and the Soho theatre, as part of their Writers’ Development programmes, and she has gone on to write nearly thirty plays including commissions for the Soho Theatre, York Theatre Royal, and Nottingham Playhouse, and her work has been produced in France, Italy, Guadeloupe and Hong Kong. The Tribunal, all co-productions with Zap Art, incorporating an extensive outreach programme and community participation. Sara is also a member of The Fence, an international network of working playwrights, leading to collaborations with writers from the Netherlands, Gaudeloupe, France and Italy. In 2017 she travelled to New Zealand with a British Council Artists’ International Development Fund grant.
Inspired by the 200th Anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and the rapid advances in Artificial Intelligence, Making Monsters looks at the fundamental need for us to create in our own image. Taking place in the new Arts Centre at La Charite sur Loire, France, Sara was one of four commissioned writers.
Her first play, france and Italy. Inspired by the 200th Anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and the rapid advances in Artificial Intelligence, the story asks what is worth fighting to the death? But she’s also given us a sense of the enormous social changes that have taken place in Britain since that time.