Principal singing/ stage roles include:
Tinted, (one woman show), London
The Entity (one person drag act, self-written), London
The Words are coming now (multiple roles, response to "Me Too"), London
The Last Freak Show, (Psychic Salome), Edinburgh
Full Circle, (Meisie), London
A Christmas Tale, (Henriette Wolfe), Edinburgh
Marat Sade, (Polpoch), touring
How The Light Gets In, (Pru), Leeds.
The Threepenny Opera (Lucy Brown), touring
Freedom Sings (Angel), Leeds
Cabaret, (Sally Bowls), Leeds
TV and film include:
Naked Lullaby music video, (self-written, co-directed and starred in by Sarah)
ITV Derek, (cameo), Ricky Gervais
The Evie Project, (principal role), London
Oxsight For Sight, (online ad campaign)
Picking Up The Pieces (documentary for channel 4's BAFTA Award-winning Cutting Edge Series, starring Sarah and some of her life story)
Diet Doctors, Channel 5 (playing self in documentary about health)
Face of Dove, (online deodorant ad, co written and assisted with directing, for which it won
a Silver Award in the British Television Advertising Awards)
John Connor Award for personal achievement
One Vision Award for Arts and Entertainment personality of the year
Customer Learner of the year, Leeds
City Council, (for role of Angel in Freedom Sings), Leeds
Philanthropy and public speaking work includes:
Sarah's Secret Sofa, "Society's questions answered about some "blind myths." (Non violent fun ed).
Limelight Music Productions, Scotland, on board of Directors and fronted in house pop/ rock promo band with Jamie Duffin
Ambassador for Jeuvenille Diabetes Research Foundation London 5k run
National Eating Disorders Awareness, Hollyrood parliamentary campaign with DWED and MSP Dennis Robertson, raising awareness of Diabetics with eating disorders.
Main parliamentary speaker for Open Your Eyes Campaign (Westminster) with DUK, Sir Steve Redgrave, Jimmy Tarbuck to have eye screening equipment placed in hospitals nationally to prevent diabetic retinopathy.
Diabetes Through The Looking Glass, featured in a published book by Dr Rachel Besser.
Youth Health Talk, (Primary Healthcare Trust and Oxford University, managing teenage T1 diabetes)