Sarah Callaghan
Sarah Callaghan

Sarah Callaghan

  • Actor, writer and stand-up comedian

Press clippings

Leicester Comedy Festival 2022 Award nominees

Troy Hawke, Garrett Millerick, Russell Hicks, Sarah Callaghan, The Weirdos and Sikisa have been nominated for Best Show in the Leicester Comedy Festival Awards 2022.

British Comedy Guide, 25th February 2022

Save Live Comedy at the Grand review

Magical and emotional night as live comedy returns.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 17th August 2020

Save Live Comedy review

It was brilliant to see entertainers in the flesh again.

Dominic Maxwell, The Times, 17th August 2020

Help Save Live Comedy review

For public health reasons, the country might not yet be ready for normality, but every glimpse that a return pre-pandemic life might be possible remains a fillip for the soul.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 17th August 2020

Review: Brexit Free Comedy at the Comedy Bunker

I say I say I-SA, what do you get when you hold a comedy night on so called 'Brexit day'? The answer is a wonderfully bonkers, politics free, mash up of a show the covers everything from Prince and Cher, relationships and ISA's, Usain Bolt and the Grand Canyon.

Tiemo Talk of the Town, 1st April 2019

My Comedy Hero: Sarah Callaghan on French and Saunders

The rising star of stand-up storytelling is popping up across the nation over the next few months and here, she nominates the acclaimed double act as her comic icons.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 25th January 2019

Edinburgh preview: Sarah Callaghan

Who says stand-up and poetry don't go together?

Jonna Brett, Broadway Baby, 31st July 2018

Edinburgh Fringe day 13

I ended today soaked through with Irn Bru and rain.

John Fleming, John Fleming's Blog, 15th August 2017

Fringe shows that other comedians recommend

With the following recommendations you're in safe hands - we asked 10 comedians for their tips on who to see at the 70th Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Finlay Greig, i Newspaper, 27th July 2017

Fringe Q&As: Sarah Callaghan

Sarah Callaghan talks about her new show, 24.

The Herald, 26th August 2016

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