I’ve been running events for the public for as long as I can remember.

From Creative Retreats, to singing days, comedy nights, ukulele meetups, moon ceremonies and business workshops with a twist, they are always an opportunity for people to come together, be themselves and make friends for life.

Browse past events


In summer 2021 we ran 24 ukulele workshops and 16 singing workshops at Camp Wildfire for families and adults alike. Fleetwood Mac Medleys, Rihanna/Pitbull Mash Ups and hearty Moana sing-a-longs all featured…


Day of Musical Joy is a relaxed gathering where we create a choir from scratch in a day. From 90s medleys to musical theatre and hispanic folk – we do it all! During the pandemic these are taking place in forests around London.


The CoMOONity is group of almost 100 like-minded individuals. I host fortnightly reflection and intention-setting online ceremony to honour the new and full moons, incorporating movement, music, journalling, coaching and intention setting.

Wellbeing Collective – Spring/Summer 2020

During the first lockdown, a group of us responded to the need for support and curated a weekly programme of holistics workshops – both business and personal.

Stuck at Home Parties (Spring 2020)

Weekly parties during the first lockdown where I curated programmes of comedy, live music and magic, and also DJed. Our first party had 600 people and was featured on the BBC.

Rye Laughs Comedy night in Peckham 

Monthly comedy nights since 2014 featuring new material from top names and complete beginners. Past headlines include James Acaster, Aisling Bea, Sara Pascoe, Tom Allen and Suzi Ruffel. Co-hosted with Rose Johnson from Birthday Girls. Taken a break during Covid.

Tuekuleles (2014-16)

Weekly meet ups to help people learn the ukulele.

Creative Retreats (2015-2016)

4 x long weekends in the Sussex Countryside to have time and space to reconnect with Creativity. Including morning dances in treehouses, mindful walks in the wood, poetry writing, and nature inspired art.

Rye Laughs Takeover

Week-long comedy festival organised in 2017 at The Nines in Peckham.

"In Sarah’s spaces, magic happens."

“I’ve been lucky enough to work with Sarah for over a year. She never fails to curate a space that feels welcoming, communal, with just enough direction to let the creativity flow. In Sarah’s spaces, magic happens.

Kim, Founder Heroine’s Journey and Freelance Journalist

“’s been a total pleasure to be part of this journey."

“Sarah creates the most amazing community – it’s been a total pleasure to be part of this journey and such a powerful group. Her ability to keep up the energy, creating and editing the experience every time is incredible. You can check-in with yourself surrounded by non-judgment. She is also a great DJ so constantly finding tunes to help bring out the best in everyone.

Ellen, member of Sarah’s Moon Group

Creative bites

Grounding sounds playlist on Spotify.

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