Sadie has written and performed extensively in television, radio, and on the international comedy circuit. As a 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, series 4-7 of Russell Howard’s Good News for BBC, Rebecca Front’s Little Cracker for SKY, and 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 for 2 years co-hosted and produced The Sadie & Sarah Show on Chance Radio.
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 has recently appeared on an upcoming episode of runaway success podcast The Guilty Feminist talking about her play Pramkicker and the theme of Indecision. Host Deborah Frances-White said Pramkicker was “the most important play of the last decade.”
Sadie also presents the popular comedy podcast about Creativity Thinky Thinky Make Make with Robbie Knox, was a guest on parenthood podcast Milkface, and appeared with Phill Jupitus on comedy podcast International Waters, which was the Listeners’ Choice for Best Episode of the Year.