Sarah Ingram

Sarah’s many theatre credits include: Stella in Follies {Toulon}, Josie in Taboo {Brixton Clubhouse}, Mrs Van Dan tour of The Diary of Anne Frank, Miss Hannigan, in Annie {West Yorkshire Playhouse}, Roadshow {The Chocolate Factory} Josie in Flashdance {Shaftsbury Theatre} Miss Adelaide in Guys and Dolls {Kilworth House} Mrs Blair in Inherit The Wind (Old Vic), Ursula in Much Ado About Nothing at Regent’s Park, Sarah/Naomi in Imagine This (New London Theatre & Plymouth Theatre Royal), Mrs Pearce in My Fair Lady (Singapore/Kuala Lumpa), Lina Lamont in Singing in the Rain (Hereford Court Yard), Marge McDougal in Promises Promises (Sheffield Crucible), Mrs O’Brian in Showboat (Royal Albert Hall), Felicia in Murderous Instincts (Savoy Theatre), Dinah Murphy in South Pacific (Royal National Theatre), Sonia Walsk in Neil Simons’ They’re Playing Our Song (The English Theatre of Frankfurt), Therese Talien in the original West End production of Napoleon (Shaftesbury Theatre), Mrs Cratchitt in A Christmas Carol (Derby Playhouse), Maddie in Women Laughing (Not The National Theatre Tour), Sarah’s own one woman show Portrait of a Lady (New End Theatre, Hampstead), The Dressmaker in Spin (Royal National Theatre Studio), Sylvie in Oklahoma! (Royal National Theatre and Lyceum Theatre), Anya in A Brief Affair (The Bridewell Theatre) and Catherine in Martin Guerre (Prince Edward Theatre), Leicester Haymarket’s Chicago as Mona, Maggie in Yakety Yak, and Rosie in Cabaret (The Sheffield Crucible). National tours include Scrooge with Anthony Newley, Minnie Faye in Hello Dolly with Dora Bryan, Alternate Laurey in Oklahoma! and Anytime Annie in 42nd Street. Other theatre work includes: BBC Proms Steven Sondheims Celebration at the Albert Hall, Mam in the workshop of Grimm Tales, a demo track recording for the musical, Ha’Penny Bridge and extensive cabaret work at home and abroad. Film and television credits include:Imagine This, PBS USA. Daphne in Open Air, Come Home Ginger for Mentorn Films, Sylvie in the film of the Royal National Theatre’s production of Oklahoma!