Sadie Hasler is a multi award-winning playwright, actor, and columnist. Her plays Pramkicker, Fran & Leni and Stiletto Beach are published by Bloomsbury Methuen Drama. Misfits is published by Salamander Street. They have been produced in Washington DC, Chicago, Sydney, Melbourne, Oslo, Rome, Milan, Asti, London, Edinburgh, & around the UK.
Sadie is currently under commission to adapt a Sunday Times bestseller for the West End.
“Funny… Verbally brutal… A blistering script” – Washington Post
“A real gem” – Observer
“Terrific” – Scotsman
“Desperately funny” – The Stage
“Mighty, Joyful, Uplifting” – Sydney Arts Guide
Writing strong and funny roles for women in plays unwaveringly centred on the female experience is her jam. Sadie is co Founder/Artistic Director of theatre company Old Trunk.
“Voice of a generation” – Deborah Frances-White, The Guilty Feminist
She recently wrote an essay for the book Last Christmas alongside Meryl Streep, Stephen Fry, & many others, edited by Emma Thompson and Greg Wise and published by Quercus.
“An amazing piece. Beautiful.” – Greg Wise
“Beautiful & moving” – Katy Follain, Quercus
“Lovely” – Matt Haig
“It’s an honour to print this” – Editor, The Lancet
Awards & Associateships
Top 10 London Theatre Show award – Misfits – London Theatre 1 2020
ONCOMM Award 2020 for Misfits
Associate Artist at Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch 2020/21
Mercury Creatives artist at Mercury Theatre Colchester 2020/21
Society of Authors Award 2020
Society of London Theatres Award 2020
Best Revival win, Best Comedy Play nomination, & 2 Best Actor nominations in the Greater Manchester Fringe Awards. For Pramkicker – Postcard Productions 2019
Best of Theatre 2018 – Washington Post. Pramkicker – Taffety Punk production
Peggy Ramsay Foundation Award 2018
Best Actor nomination in Manchester Fringe Awards 2017
Best Drama & 2 Best Actor Award nominations in GM Fringe Awards 2017. Fran & Leni – 2017
Resident Artist at Metal 2016
Columnist of the Year – EDF Media Awards 2014
Columnist of the Year – Society of Editors’ Awards 2013
Supported by Arts Council England & Clothworkers’ Foundation – various years