Sarah Frankcom will be directing The Masque of Anarchy, which will be performed from 12-14 July. For more details, please visit the event page by following the link in the left hand panel.
After working as a drama teacher in the East End, Sarah started working with new writers and in drama schools. She spent time at the National Theatre studio, Oval House, The Red Room, and taught at The Poor School. Originally joining the Royal Exchange as Literary Manager, her recent productions have included: THREE BIRDS (by Janice Okoh – Bruntwood Prize winner 2011), ORPHEUS DESCENDING, MISS JULIE (a new version by David Eldridge), BEAUTIFUL THING, A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, WINTERLONG (by Andrew Sheridan - Bruntwood Prize winner), PUNKROCK(by Simon Stephens - MEN Award for Best Production), BLITHE SPIRIT, THREE SISTERS, ON THE SHORE OF THEWIDEWORLD (by Simon Stephens - Olivier Award for Best Play) andKES. Her work has also been seen at the National Theatre, Bush Theatre, Lyric Hammersmith, Soho Theatre and the Crucible.