who we are

 

bold & saucy is a theatre company and registered charity led by Sarah Davey-Hull. Pioneered by a female director, we are a theatre company that champions womens voices and is committed to advocating for woman-led work. We run two venues FH Space and BOLD Elephant and largely do 3 things: make theatre, host & mentor other theatre companies & provide training for theatre makers. There are a number of people who are extra special and are very much part of the bold & saucy family working with us many times – performers Sarah Goddard & Shani Erez, designer Sammy Dowson & associate artist Marianne Badrichani. Check out bold & saucy people to see who’s been involved over the years.

 

Artistic Director – Sarah Davey-Hull has directed and produced over 20+ shows for the company seen by over 200,000 people. Sarah is currently running the BOLD Elephant, our new creative space in Elephant & Castle, London. It will host rehearsals, workshops and performances. In 2019,  with 10 actors, she created In Passing…a series of site specific pieces as part of Havelock Walk Arts week. Recent new work includes commissioning, directing and producing new plays Scenes From The End Of The World by Chris Bush at The Yard, Reared by John Fitzpatrick at Theatre503, London and Aphrodite in Flippers for the Brighton Fringe Festival.

Sarah is a founder member of the company and across our history has taken on many roles; one of the most important has been leading on major building work to convert a warehouse into offices, rehearsal studios and a performance space for the company – the FH Space in Havelock Walk, South London.

Alongside making our work here, Sarah curates the space, working with companies based in the UK and abroad to make and rehearse work, run residencies and workshops. Companies working here include Tiata Fahodzi, Synergy, D-Live!, Told By An Idiot, Chris Goode and Rash Dash.

For further info see www.sarahdavey-hull.co.uk

 

Trustees

As a Registered Charity we have a Board of Trustees:

Amanda Poole

Amanda Brennan

Helen Bunch