Having graduated from Guildford School of Acting in 2008, my first job was in the West End, understudying and playing the lead role in Zorro the musical. This was quickly followed by a world tour with Cunard onboard the Queen Victoria. My love for the stage continued and I travelled the country with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera. This was the revised version with the choreography by Matthew Bourne. One of my favourite roles to date was playing Mrs Cratchit in Scrooge the Musical for Bill Kenwright. Getting to work with different teams for children on a weekly basis was a lot of fun!

I am fortunate to have a lot of performing experience, from working with the National Youth Music Theatre to appearing at the London Palladium as part of the Royal Variety Performance before HRH Prince Charles and Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall. I regularly gig with one of the UK's leading choirs, London Contemporary Voices and run my own vocal group at the Surbiton methodist church, singing both contemporary pop/rock and Musical Theatre.

I am extremely passionate about helping singers having coached students both privately and for Stagecoach Theatre Arts for over 16 years.

Whilst continuing my vocal studies, I run a successful business providing outstanding singers for events. The most recent jobs include 20 Musical Theatre singers for a party at the Dorchester and One Marylebone, 4 contemporary pop singers for a wedding proposal in the Flower Market, London and singing waiters at the Freemasons Hall, Covent Garden. All performers are west end professionals.

For more info on my professional work please visit www.Sarah-Joyce.co.uk

WATCH me talking about my own vocal journey HERE. The highs and lows of a jobbing singer, working through Performance Anxiety, the benefits of singing for mental health and singing in a choir.