Sarah Kane was born in London, had elocution lessons as a child, and after working in Waldorf education for 10 years, completed a training in Creative Speech in Germany, Switzerland and the UK, graduating in 1989.
Sarah then trained in Michael Chekhov’s acting techniques, with some of the past students of Michael Chekhov.
Sarah has been teaching (Acting and Creative Speech) and directing professionally both in the UK (School of the Science of Acting, London, Cygnet, Exeter, Artemis School of Speech, East Grinstead, University of Birmingham, Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, London Centre for Theatre Studies, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London, etc.) and globally (USA, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Croatia, Slovenia, Finland, etc.) since then. She has also performed as both actor and speaker for The Rose Theatre, Portal Productions, The Eurythmeum, London Eurythmy and other performing ensembles.
She now aims to continue her training activities closer to home, in the South East of England, and base a new part-time training in the performing arts at Peredur Centre, East Grinstead, from 2018.