Sarah has worked as a Producer in varying capacities since 2005. She was co-producer of the Young Company in the inaugural year of the National Theatre of Scotland in 2006, going on to become Assistant Producer within the main organisation. This involved working on a number of main stage shows and touring with the first Scottish tour of Black Watch in 2007. Sarah was producer of Wee Stories Theatre from 2008-12, working on all scales of productions from small rural tours to middle and large scale tours of acclaimed productions including Arthur, the Story of a King; Treasure Island and The Emperor's New Kilt (NTS co-production).
From 2012, Sarah was Programme and Projects Producer at Macrobert Arts Centre in Stirling. A member of the Senior Management team, Sarah was responsible for the co-ordination of the live programming across three venue spaces and the delivery of all Macrobert produced and co-produced shows, including Educating Ronnie (Utter/Macrobert co-production); Titus; The Polar Bears Go WIld (Macrobert/Fish & Game co-production).
From 2014-16, she was attached to Cumbernauld Theatre as part of Creative Scotland’s Producer’s Project, mentoring an emerging Producer, Cat Tyre; undertaking a number of new productions and tours, and focusing on international touring to Brazil; China; Australia; Singapore and Canada.
Scottish Theatre Producers was borne out of this project, and Sarah continues to represent a number of artists and companies in a freelance capacity, whilst also instigating new productions and co-productions under the name Scottish Theatre Producers.