Caroline Sabin
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  • Cardiff
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What I do:
I'm a performer and maker of work with a wide range of skills. I was a core Earthfall member for seven years, and recently played Miss Sabre in Volcano/Clark's Prosthetic Soul. I've worked with most Cardiff folk over the years including Marc Rees (The House Project), Eddie Ladd (Things Happening Quietly), Gerald Tyler (Something's Wrong with Abel), Sean Tuan John (various!), Good Cop Bad Cop (Loop), Living Theatre (James Williams' Hansel and Gretel) and James Tyson and Jennie Savage - voice overing for their recent work 'A Circle'. I've been focussing on my own work the last few years, but Prosthetic Soul whetted my appetite for some more ensemble, text based work. Hint hint.

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Well, I'm a bit new to this blogging lark. I'm here to let you all know about my next show, a piece of dance theatre called Lifedeathlife. It's on at Chapter on June 30th and July 1st (8pm), Taliesin on July 8th, and Galeri Caernarfon on July 15th, both at 7.30pm. There's more information and pictures at, and there's a link at the bottom of the page to Chapter's blog site where I've posted some…


Posted on June 5, 2011 at 12:55

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At 11:44 on September 8, 2014, Phil Croskin said…


I am responding to your entry re.Blood on the Snow.

To be honest I was hoping there might be something for me as an actor......there isn't!

Sounds a fascinating project which I would love to see. 

Also, well done for paying the actors and paying well. Too many producers/directors seem to want something for nothing. Tried that one on my plumber the other day; he would have none of it, I can't think why! So, why actors?

All the best for the show. Will keep my eyes peeled for when/where it is.


Phil Croskin

At 8:57 on August 25, 2014, Terry Victor said…

Hi Caroline, just realised I don't have your email address - although you have mine. Be in touch soon. TVx


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