Sarah Noll

Sarah Noll is an English actor, director and producer living in Dublin, with a base in both England and Ireland. She initially trained at the renowned Guildford School of Acting in the UK, and more recently with Helena Walsh and Bow Street Academy in Dublin.

As a young artist, she performed at some of the UK’s finest venues, including Sadler’s Wells Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre and The Royal Festival Hall in London’s Southbank Centre.

Sarah recently appeared in Christian O’Reilly’s award-winning play The Good Father at Smock Alley Theatre, before bringing the production to Riverside Studios in London.

Some of Sarah’s previous theatre credits include:Shona in the World Premiere of The Long Way Home; Frenchie in Cabaret; Jacie Triplethree in Comic Potential; Mette in Festen and more recently as Teresa in The Memory of Water. Film and TV credits include:The Last Duel, The Gates, Making Waves, and as the face of Ireland throughout the world in Tourism Ireland’s Green Button Campaign.

Sarah is also an accomplished director and producer having worked for many years with the award-winning Walking Forward Theatre Company.

Last year saw Sarah direct In Her Shoes as part of Smock Alley’s Scene and Heard Festival, which recently received Arts Council funding to further develop it into a full-length theatrical production. Sarah also wrote, produced and directed her first short film, Félix, which is due to be released later this year.