“What’s most impressive about Kosar is not only her insights into how families handle grief, but the discipline, economy and brightness of her writing.”
Mumburger at The Archivist's Gallery, 9 - 24 July 2016. Photo by Helen Murray. 

Mumburger at The Archivist's Gallery, 9 - 24 July 2016. Photo by Helen Murray. 

“At once humorous and horrific, this spin is a genuine assault on the senses but what’s interesting about Kosar’s writing is the adventurousness of its spirit.” - IAN FOSTER, OUGHT TO BE CLOWNS

“A staple of her work, Kosar proves she can tow that line between the actual and the surreal.” - JAFAR IQBAL, CRITICALLY SPEAKING

Who is Sarah?

Sarah Kosar is a HYPERREAL playwright based in London. She is currently the inaugural writer-in-residence at the archivist's gallery, haggerston.

She writes plays about theatrical worlds that look like our own, but whose twisted mechanics expose the absurdity of human behaviour through their hyperreal, cartoonish register. She tells stories on stage that are theatrical, dangerous and could not be told in any other medium. She has worked as a playwright internationally and notably with the royal court theatre, thinking cap theatre, soho theatre, hampstead theatre and more. 

Alongside writing plays, Sarah also produces and hosts the itunes new and noteworthy podcast, kIN. You can also find her working as senior talent manager at the music-tech start up roli, in dalston. if you're looking for a new gig, check out the careers page here. 



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