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Sarah Lambie

Sarah Lambie studied at Cambridge, trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, has an ABRSM Diploma in Classical Singing, and has done further professional development training, particularly with Method acting and Puppetry work. In 2012, she has made a number of appearances, in Twelfth Night and Masters Are You Mad?, as well as with the National Film and Television School in The Philadelphia and The Moon Please. She makes her West End... Read more >>

Sarah Lambie

Sarah Lambie Overview

Sarah Lambie studied at Cambridge, trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, has an ABRSM Diploma in Classical Singing, and has done further professional development training, particularly with Method acting and Puppetry work.

She made many stage appearances with Cambridge University production companies and the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, including performances as Ann Putnam and Sarah Good in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal. In 2011, she starred as Cecily in Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, an English Theatre Frankfurt production. In 2012, she has made a number of appearances, in Twelfth Night and Masters Are You Mad?, as well as with the National Film and Television School in The Philadelphia and The Moon Please. She makes her West End debut as Sabine in Celebrity Night at Cafe Red at the Trafalgar Studios.

Also on stage, Lambie has appeared in musical Side by Side by Sondheim, as Katisha in The Mikado, Buttercup in HMS Pinafore, and Sarah in An Actor’s Life for Me!, as well as in the title role of the pantomime Dick Whittington.

Other work includes a recording of Ballet Shoes on BBC Radio 4, appearances as a singer on the television show Howard Goodall’s 20th Century Greats, and a part in the short film To Extremes, produced by Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
 

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