About Sarah April Lamb

Movement Director I Theatre Maker I Choreographer

Sarah is a movement artist currently working across theatre, dance, performance art and circus. As a theatre maker, her work is infused with the exploration of human connection and tenderness in unlikely places. Original creations include immersive installation Almost Apart (Bloomsbury Theatre, 2021); Things I Know About You (Roundhouse, 2019), Bare Threads (Edinburgh Fringe, 2017) and To Breathe (Summerhall, 2015). She is currently devising a new site-specific production Find me, Fool, exploring queer experience and tarot, supported by Arts Council England.

She has a broad range of experience working as a movement director and choreographer for companies including Dante or Die, Doppelgangster, Scripped Up and Dilated Theatre, as well as for drama schools including LAMDA and London College of Music (Uni of West London) across new writing, site-specific work, plays and musicals. She trained on the MFA Movement: Directing and Teaching at Central School of Speech and Drama, where she undertook a year of research exploring relationships between space, audience and performer.

Teaching

Sarah is an Associate Artist at LAMDA where she teaches and directs movement; and a visiting lecturer in Movement at London College of Music (Uni of West London) and Mountview (on the MA Site-Specific Theatre Practice). She teaches full modules and workshops across a range of movement practices.

Sarah also teaches residencies and community workshops, working inclusively with intergenerational participants and using movement and dance as a tool for self-expression, fitness, finding creativity, metal health and building community.