Sarah Bedi

Sarah Bedi


Sarah (she/they) is a director and writer.

Directing includes: Henry IV pt 1, Henry IV pt 2, Henry V, Sweet Love Remember’d (Shakespeare’s Globe); All Places that the Eye of Heaven Visits (Shakespeare’s Globe/Westminster Abbey); The Process (Baz Productions/The Bunker); Sitting (Arcola/BBC Arts); on/off Henry (Arcola); Further than the Furthest Thing (Young Vic); The Riots, Three Days in the Country (Rose Bruford); Zero for the Young Dudes! (Central School of Speech and Drama); Her Naked Skin (Bristol Old Vic Theatre School); Plaques and Tangles (RADA).
Writing includes: The Process, dreamplay, Prophesy (BAZ productions); Memories of the Pot Bank Workers (V&A museum).
Sarah was director for Shakespeare’s Globe’s Ensemble 2019; co-artistic director of BAZ Productions from 2012-2020; and is currently a Trustee on the Board for The Albany in Deptford.

Developing research on Wellbeing in the Arts: interview by Michelle Terry for Shakespeare’s Globe podcast #SuchStuff S8 E2: Being vulnerable. Interview for American Theatre.

Tonic – For greater equality, diversity and inclusion in the arts