Photography by Ewa Ferdynus

Sarah Cribdon is a London-based actor, with her previous work ranging from abstract dark-comedies, such as The Vacuum (2019), to classic Shakespearian roles, such as Casca in Julius Caesar. 

So far in 2020, she made people laugh and cry in Stephanie Leigh Rose's production of The Vagina Monologues, and sung her heart out as a supernumerary in The National Theatre's production of The Visit, directed by Jeremy Herrin.

After graduating from Arts University Bournemouth in 2018, she furthered her training at École Philippe Gaulier, in Paris, experiencing Le Jeu and Clowning, with the Clown Master himself.

Photography by Samuel Black





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