16 Facts About Sarah Lark


Sarah Lark was born on 28 January 1983 and is a Welsh singer and actress who rose to fame when she competed as one of the finalists in the BBC talent show-themed television series I'd Do Anything in 2008.


Sarah Lark appeared in the television series The Biz and The Healer and appeared in the original performance of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, Whistle Down The Wind at the Sydmonton Festival held at Lloyd Webber's country house, Sydmonton Court in 1995 as part of the ensemble.


In 2000 Sarah Lark made her West End debut creating the role of "Little Girl" in Cameron Mackintosh's production of The Witches of Eastwick at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.


Immediately after the show Sarah Lark participated in the I'd Do Anything tours with fellow contestants Ashley Russell, Keisha Amponsa-Banson and Niamh Perry, along with Michael French and Connie Fisher, accompanied by the BBC Singers and the BBC Symphony Orchestra.


In February 2009, Sarah Lark performed at the 2009 Whatsonstage Theatregoers' Choice Award at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London.


Sarah Lark sang "9 to 5" with fellow I'd do Anything contestant Samantha Barks and X-Factor finalist Niki Evans, then the title track from the Broadway musical Xanadu.


In November 2009, Sarah Lark performed at an all-star concert celebrating the work of young British composer Michael Bruce at the Apollo Theatre.

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Also in 2009, Sarah Lark recorded the lead role of Roberta Jones in Gareth Peter Dicks' musical Bluebird, a Second World War musical concept recording that starred Ramin Karimloo and Abi Finley.


Sarah Lark departed the cast on 27 March 2010 after performing in the production for 14 months.


Sarah Lark has appeared twice as Snow White in Pantomimes for UK Productions.


Sarah Lark has appeared as Fairy Formidable in Beauty and the Beast.


In February 2012 Sarah Lark appeared as a special guest vocalist at a Valentine's Day concert of the music of Burt Bacharach, alongside Cat Simmons and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.


From June 2012 to July 2015 Sarah Lark appeared in the musical Les Miserables at the Queen's Theatre in London.


Sarah Lark returned to the production in 2017 and remained with the show until its final performance at the Queen's Theatre on Saturday 13 July 2019.


Sarah Lark performed as part of a special concert performance of the musical featuring Michael Ball, Alfie Boe and Carrie Hope Fletcher at the Gielgud Theatre in 2019.


Sarah Lark opened the new production of Les Miserables at the newly refurbished and renamed Sondheim Theatre in 2019 as the show's Dance Captain.