Sasha Regan is the founder and artistic director of a multiple award winning theatre in London’s Southwark area.
From this theatre she has gained a reputation for creating innovative and beautiful work. Many of the plays and musicals transfer into larger venues both in the United Kingdom and abroad. Sasha produces all of the in-house work and those shows that transfer.
As a director Sasha’s recent credits include; ‘Love Story’ which was runner up in WestEndFrame Best Production, ‘We’re all doing Time’ (CRITICS CHOICE), ‘Chelinot’ (SUNDAY TIMES CRITICS CHOICE), Kander & Ebb’s ‘Cabaret,' ‘Sweeney Todd’ (CRITICS CHOICE) and ‘Pirates of Penzance’ (WINNER OF THE WHAT’S ON STAGE, BEST OFF WEST END PRODUCTION ). After performing at The Prince of Wales Theatre for the What’s On Stage Awards, ‘Pirates’ then transferred to Wilton’s Music Hall and tThe Rose Theatre before a Number One tour of Australia, including a month’s run at The Sydney Theatre.
‘Iolanthe’ (CRITICS CHOICE & TIME OUT’s top 10 musicals of 2010). ‘Iolanthe’ transferred to Wilton’s Music Hall where the cast enjoyed a sold-out run and broke all Wilton’s box office records from the previous 12 years. ‘Patience’ (CRITICS CHOICE)
Sasha directed the European Premiere of ‘Pipe Dream’ (nominated for both Best Production and Best Direction in the Broadway World Awards). Other credits include ‘Love Story’ by Howard Goodall and ‘Whistle Down the Wind’ by Russell Labey and Richard Taylor, an all male H.M.S. Pinafore UK Tour 2016 (www.allmalehms.com), ‘Cinderella’ for Paul Holman Associates, ‘Beauty and The Beast’ and ‘Snow White’ for Chris Jordan Productions, Associate Director to Jason Robert Brown on ‘The Last Five Years’ at St. James Theatre, ‘Blondel’ by Sir Tim Rice for Heartache Productions and The Mikado UK Tour 2017 and Iolanthe UK Tour 2018
Most recently Sasha has directed ‘Brass’ by Benjamin Till.
Sasha worked with Chris O’Dowd at The British Independent Film Awards.
Winner of The Peter Brook/Royal Court Support Award 2017
Best Off West End Production for ‘Last Five Years’ at The What’s On Stage Awards 2017
Special Achievement Award at The Offies 2017, for her contribution to musical Theatre.Sasha won Best Producer 2013 at The Offies , The IEAM /Waterford Award 2013 for Outstanding Service to the Arts and Entertainment Industry, the ‘Best Venue Programmer’ at The Fringe Report Awards 2012, Fringe Venue of The Year 2013 at The Stage 100 Awards.
Sasha won the Stage One Bursary for New Producers in 2010 and has been nominated for Best Artistic Director for two years running in the Off West End Awards.