Artistic Director : Zoe Hinks
Zoe founded Sabotage Theatre Company in 2008 after graduating from East 15 Acting School with a BA in Contemporary Theatre. Since then she has written scripts, performed, directed, painted sets and wagons, produced, built stages, sewn costumes and rifled through skips. She wrote the Sabotage Manifesto in 2009 which has become the basis of the company's practice and is passionate about the necessity of live performance in everyone’s life. She believes this should be a current and ever evolving tool to help us understand our relationships, lives and the lives of others.
Cast and crew for current show After the Rain
Sarah trained at East-15 Acting School. Theatre work includes The Giant Jam Sandwich (New Perspectives); Macbeth and Styx (RIFT); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Little English Theatre); Morbid Curiosities (Don’t Go Into the Cellar); A Midsummer Night’s Dream in New Orleans (Ruby in the Dust); The Book’s the Thing and A Christmas Carol (Librarian Theatre); The Bitches Ball and The Missionary’s Position (Penny Dreadful Theatre); Animal Farm (Tour de Force) and several shows for CoLab Theatre, Forthright Theatre and A Door in a Wall.
Sarah was a long-time member of Ophaboom Theatre’s mask ensemble, touring with them from Kendal to Korea via the Venice Carnival and performing in 5 languages (shows included Faustus; The Hunchback
of Notre Dame; Robin Hood & Casanova).
Daisy is a visual artist, maker and puppeteer, born and raised in Dartford, currently based in Brighton. She studied Fine Art Painting at the University of Brighton from 2006-2009, and discovered her love for puppets after taking an evening class shortly after graduating, in which she created a life-sized orangutan complete with bonnet and dress. Since then, she has created and performed in her own puppet shows, such as The Sorrowful Tale of Sleeping Sidney. She often performs as puppeteer and singing waitress at Bom-Bane's Cafe in Brighton and has also worked for other companies such as Longnose Puppets and Bobblehat Theatre.
Essex born composer Kate works freelance for Moonbug Entertainment and Tonies Audiobooks UK & Germany.
An accomplished musician, arranger and accompanist, she has previously worked with the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow on ‘Country Strong’ feature film, ‘Glee’ for Fox Network US, The Spice Girls tour and prep/vocal arrangements, The Saturdays tour and TV show, WestEnd prep for Melanie C on Blood brothers/Jesus Christ superstar, TV’s Fame Academy and GMTV.
Kate is delighted to have the opportunity to write the original score for After the Rain.
Kathryn is a Watford born actress who trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Previous theatre credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Tooting Arts Club, Followers in collaboration with Southwark Playhouse, Back to Hackney at Theatro Technis, and a UK tour of Macbeth with the theatre company The HandleBards.
For TV Kathryn has worked with Leftbank Pictures and Comedy Central on Wasteman, a pilot for a series written by James De Frond and comedian Tom Davies and she has starred in the BBC’s Call the Midwife.
Hannah-Rose is a singing teacher, choir leader, voice coach, voice actor, musician, musical director, composer and yoga teacher. She has a 1st class BA in Music and Dance from Kingston University, studied Actor Musicianship at Rose Bruford College, and has trained in Estill Voice Production. Theatre work includes actor musician at Newbury's Watermill Theatre and musical director at a Unicorn Theatre London holiday project. She leads/co-leads a number of community choirs and has led themed and group-specific singing workshops for young carers, LGBTQIA+ people experiencing bereavement and more. She has performed both solo and in groups, ranging from weddings to book launches, and folk clubs to TV ads.
Chair -Penny Mustill
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