Bristol Old Vic Theatre School M.A Theatre Directing 

2015- 2016 

 

B.A Trinity college- Drama and Theatre studies

  • Principles of directing

  • Applied directing

  • Advanced directing

Awards

Elsa Roberts Award for Theatre Directing- Bristol Old Vic 

The Sunday Times National Student Drama Festival

Commedation for directing- Sarah Bradley for Still Here

2017

The Grinning Man

By Karl Gross

The Trafalgar Studios (Westend)

Director: Tom Morris

Ast Dir: Sarah Bradley

Resident Director: Sarah Bradley. 

Fierce Notions

By Fionn Foley

Dublin Fringe Festival, 

(Winner of the Judges Choice award)

Network Diagnostic

By Liam McCarthy

The Brighton Fringe, 

Windows Program.

All that we found here

By Donagh Humphrey

The new theatre, Dublin

(part of Fishamble New Play Clinic)

The Dinner Party

(rehearsed reading)

By Liam McCarthy

The Mick Alley Theatre, Druid

Druid Fuel Mentorship  Program.

In A HOOP 

By Darren Yorke

Smock Alley Theatre, Main Space

Scene and heard festival

2016

King Lear

By William Shakespear 

The Bristol Old Vic Theatre.

Director: Tom Morris

Ast Dir: Sarah Bradley

The Ugly One

By Marius Von Mayenburg

The Alma Theatre, Bristol. 

Jumpy

By April De Angelis

Theatr Clwyd, Wales. 

Director: Lisa Spirling

Ast Dir: Sarah Bradley

The Ruff Guide To Shakespear

By Toby Hulse 

The Redgrave Theatre, Bristol. 

The Egg, Bath 

Director: Toby Hulse and Hannah Drake

Ast Dir: Sarah Bradley

2015

 

The Madame Mcadam Travelling Theatre

By Thomas Killroy

The Bristol Old Vic Theatre,

Studio Theatre

Director: Jenny Stephens

Ast Dir: Sarah Bradley

 

Falling 

By Liam Mc Carthy

69 O'Connel Street Theatre, Limrick.

(Formally the BellTable Theatre)

 

Drama Baby

By Jamie Britton 

I.T.W Studios

National connections

 

Grace and Maggie              

By Therese Prendiville

Smock Ally Theatre, Main space,

Collaborations festival 2015

 

 

Dragons Scales    

By Dianne Crotty                        

Smock Ally Theatre, The Boys School,

Collaborations Festival 2015                                                                                                                                

A Talent of Lying                

By Liam Mc Carthy                  

Camden Fringe Festival,

Brighton Fringe Festival

2014

 

 

Noodle                                

By Fionnula Gygax          

Galway Fringe Festival                                                                                                             

THIS IS IT                      

By Erica Murray            

Smock Ally Theatre, Main Space

Collaborations Festival 2014

 

A Talent of Lying                

By Liam Mc Carthy                  

Chancery Lane Theatre

 

Paudie                                

By Liam Mc Carthy                      

Bewleys Café Theatre

 

Grace and Maggie          

By Therese Prendiville                  

Cobolt Café Theatre

Gay Theatre Festival

 

The winters Tale             

By William Shakespeare                    

The Teachers Club Theatre 

 

 

2013

 

 

Debris                                

By Denis Kelly                            

Smock Ally Theatre, The Boys school,

The Ten Days in Dublin festival

Pronoun                            

By Evan Placey                        

The Mill Theatre, Dublin,

Lyric Theatre, Belfast

National connections

 

 

2012

 

 

Debris                              

By Dennis Kelly

Samuel Beckett Theatre,

Trinity Directors Debut Festival 

Chatroom                        

By Enda Walsh                          

Samuel Beckett Theatre

                                                                                                             

                                                                                                    

A midsummer fairy        

By Sarah Bradley                                  

The Rose Garden, Trinity College

Trinity Shakespeare festival

 

 

2011

Shot                                  

By Sarah Bradley                          

I.Y.T Basement festival
                                                                                                   

 

 

Sexy Monologues          

A slection of writters                

I.Y.T Basement festival 

RESUME

Education
Directing Exprience 
 
Qulifications

M.A Theatre Directing,

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

B.A Drama and Theatre Studies,

Trinity College, Dublin. 

 

L.I.B.S.D-

Licentiate Irish Board of Speech and Drama.

 

 

Sarah Bradley has over nine years of drama teaching and youth theatre facilitation experience. She has prepared students for drama exams on varius examination boards including L.A.D.A, The Leinster School of Music and Drama and The Irish Board. She is a long standing member of staff at the Independent Theatre Workshop. She Has also been heavily involved with several youth theaters in Dublin, working with the Young Dramatic Arts Youth Theatre and the Independent Youth Theatre (I.Y.T). In 2012 she sat on the committee of I.Y.T and was in charge in the day to day running of the group. 

Upcoming shows:

 

Touring 'A Talent for Lying' by Liam McCarty. 

Recent reviews:
Sarah Bradley has set a high standard to start. She has crafted a work that pitches its tone and its performances somewhere between the primary colour verve of Dick Tracy and Ionesco’s theatre of the absurd (…) Bradley uses her showcase as a great calling card. What could feel superfluous in other hands feels confidently right in hers’. ★★★★
-http://www.thereviewshub.com/the-ugly-one-alma-tavern-theatre/
‘Mortimer’s set, Von Mayenburg’s script, Bradley’s considered directing and the strong cast all pulled together a unique, layered and complex show that was dripping with symbolism’. ★★★★★
http://www.intermissionbristol.co.uk/2016/04/27/review-the-ugly-one-alma/
‘The Ugly One is a dark, sharp, witty social satire worthy of Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror. Under Sarah Bradley’s direction, the strong BOVTS cast captures both the plot’s comic satire and its darker message’
http://www.bristol247.com/channel/culture/theatre/reviews/review-the-ugly-one-bristol-old-vic-theatre-school

 

'The irony with ‘Lying’ being in the title of the work, is that it is an honest look at first encounters and attraction with all its awkwardness (greatly directed by Bradley), with the possibilities that can come from it.' ★★★★

-http://carnstheatrepassion.com/2015

 

A Talent for Lying, directed by Sarah Bradley and presented here by Octopus Soup, is a class piece of work and surely we will be hearing more of its writer as well as the other actors on both sides of the Atlantic in future.

-www.londontheatre1.com

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