Representation Upson Edwards
01782 827222

Specialists in Voice Coaches


Film Credits Include
Robin Hood Origins
The Guardian Angel
Peter Rabbit
Terminal
That Good Night
Allied ( cover)
PAN
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
Fugitive Pieces

Television and Radio Credits Include
Game of Thrones Season 7 (HBO)
Black Mirror
Cold Feet
Brief Encounters
The Night Manager
Peaky Blinders 2
Game of Thrones Season 6 (HBO)
Game of Thrones Season 5 (HBO)
Game of Thrones Season 4 (HBO)
Game of Thrones Season 3 (HBO)
Parents
Game of Thrones Season 2 (HBO)
We'll take Manhattan (BBC)
Room at the Top
Marchlands
The Road to Coronation Street
Thomas the Tank Engine

Theatre Credits Include
Let It Be
Rise and Fall of the City of the Mahagonny
Beautiful Thing
The Full Monty
Flashdance - David Ian Productions
The Human Comedy - The Young Vic
Witches of Eastwick - Kenneth Wax
Street Scene - The Young Vic/Opera Group
Canary - Liverpool Playhouse
Loving April - Oxford Theatre Company
To Kill a Mocking Bird - Theatre Clywd
Our Man in Havana - Nottingham Playhouse
Frozen - Manchester Library
Rent - Ambassador Theatre Group
A Long Day's Journey into Night - Druid Theatre
The Member of the Wedding Party - Young Vic
Street Car Named Desire - Liverpool Playhouse
Kite Runner - Nottingham Playhouse
Sugar Mommies - Royal Court Theatre
Faces in the Crowd - Royal Court Theatre
Rat Pack Confidential - Nottingham Playhouse
Hapgood - Birmingham Repertory
East is East - Birmingham Repertory
The Crucible - Birmingham Repertory
The Seafarer - Bolton Octagon
Translations - Curve
Death of a Salesman - The Octagon
Testing the Echo - Out of Joint
On the Rocks - Hampstead Theatre
Othello - Frantic Assembly



Sally Hague

Areas of Expertise: Voice, Accent

I have been a professional dialect coach and voice teacher for 10 years. In that time I have worked extensively in Repertory theatre throughout the UK and Ireland, as well as teaching Dialect at a number of drama schools, including RADA where I am at present. I have always been interested in and delighted by voices and an incurable mimic.

It was a desire to develop my own vocal delivery when working as a teacher that really got me started on my current profession. I took several short courses in voice and realised not only how much my own speech had improved, but also that this was what I wanted to do for a living. I then applied for and was accepted onto the Postgraduate Diploma in Voice Studies at the Central School of Speech and Drama.

Having undertaken a vocal journey of your own really helps you to understand the frustrations and concerns of actors who want to change their voices or acquire new dialects. Each situation and personality is different and has to be approached anew. Some people have a very good ear for identifying and modifying sounds, others work well with images or characters, some people are interested in the psychology behind an accent and some people prefer a very physical approach and like to know which muscles are moving and how.

Understanding how people work best is a crucial part of the process for me and helps greatly in achieving and sustaining changes. I also think that the idea of working with a dialect can be daunting to some, so I am always keen to promote positive and supportive working relationship and a sense of play. We don't know what something is like until we try it and this is very truce of accents.

People are often surprised by the changes they achieve by trying out an accent. The way they feel and sound when speaking in this different way releasing a new perspective on text and character.








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