Sarah Golding will join the cast of STOMP in London’s West End at the Ambassador’s Theatre, performing in up to 4 shows a week.
STOMP unites dance, comedy and music into a theatrical experience which explodes with energy. The company bring everyday objects, such as newspapers & bins, and use them to create rhythmic beats in thrilling and playful patterns. The first ever STOMP show was performed 25 years ago at the Edinburgh fringe, and has since travelled around the globe.
Sarah Golding completed both undergraduate and postgraduate training at Trinity Laban, gaining her BA Dance Performance in 2012 and then completing her MA Performance as a member of Transitions Dance Company in 2013. Since graduating, Sarah has performed as part of the Laban Event in Switzerland 2013 and performed works by Colin Poole, Alesandra Seutin and Hamish Pirie. She has most recently performed as a dancer with Lîla Dance prior to gaining a role in STOMP.
Many Trinity Laban alumni go on to perform in leading dance companies, in the UK and internationally. For more information about studying with us, visit our Study pages.
For more information on STOMP, visit the STOMP website.