Sadie has written and performed extensively in television, radio, and on the international comedy circuit.
As a writer-performer she has worked on Harry Hill’s What Are The Chances of That Happening for ITV, Al Murray’s Multiple Personality Disorder & Happy Hour for ITV, Comedy Central’s Fakespeare, series 4-7 of Russell Howard’s Good News for BBC, Rebecca Front’s Little Cracker for SKY, & BBC’s Walk On The Wild Side.
Sadie appeared on series 2 and 3 of Radio 4’s Out To Lunch, co hosted a radio show on Q Radio, and co-hosted and produced The Sadie & Sarah Show on Chance Radio.
After cutting her teeth on the comedy circuit, doing gigs in pubs, clubs, theatres and arts centres, Sadie was mad enough to listen to Stewart Lee and “do more of that character”. Her one-woman character comedy show LADY BONES premiered at Melbourne Comedy Festival in 2010, went on to a month’s run at the Pleasance Edinburgh, popped up in frozen Oslo, toured the UK twice, and was reprised for Latitude Festival 2014.
“Twisted genius” – GQ
“Wonderful” – Time Out
“Darkly comic” – The Spectator
“Perfect” – British Theatre Guide
“Superb” – Edinburgh Evening News
“Quirky, laugh-out-loud…indelible comic images of depravity” – Chortle
Sadie appeared on international phenomenon The Guilty Feminist talking about her play Pramkicker. “The most important play of the last decade” – Deborah Frances-White. A few months later she guested again, this time talking about new play Stiletto Beach. “Incredible…made me cheer, roar & weep” – DFW
Sadie has also appeared on hit comedy podcast International Waters with Phill Jupitus (which won the Listeners’ Choice award for Best Episode of the Year), Colin Hoult’s Talking to Actors with Anna Mann, Standard Issue, No Stress, The Trapdoor, Funny Mummies on Soho Radio, Milkface, & Carmel Jane Talks Business for Phoenix FM. TALKING ABOUT ALL SORTS.
Sadie previously presented the popular comedy podcast about Creativity Thinky Thinky Make Make with Robbie Knox.
Sadie has done voiceovers for BBC’s Walk on the Wild Side, ITV’s Chaving It, annually for the London Planning Awards, London First Awards, & London Infrastructure Awards, & a Multiple Sclerosis awareness video for Teva.