Sally-Anne Hayward has been described as a charming and popular performer with a winning brand of autobiographical humour. She always manages to endear herself to any audience by taking them on a journey through her slightly eccentric world, including insights into the female psyche and her compulsion to send off spoof job applications.
Sally has developed a unique brand of sweet young lady cum sharp-witted fox, wrapped in layers of eminently likeable stage persona.
Currently performing at major venues up and down the country and regular compere at Jesters Comedy Club in Bristol, Sally is in high demand across the UK. As well as working as a comedian, Sally is an accomplished radio presenter and stage and television actress.
"Hayward is a bubbly stream of comedy anecdotes…a delightfully chatty act…an immensely likeable stage manner." Chortle on line review
"Small time country posh life versus young lady breaking into the stand-up circuit. Fabulous." - BBC London Live
"This comedienne has developed a sharp, incisive style, making her a delight to watch…Has been singled out as a star for the future." Roar with Laughter on line review
Bristol Star 107.2 Weekday breakfast show co-presenter
BBC Five Live Guest on the Matthew Bannister show
LBC London Guest on the Caroline Feraday show
Channel 5 '100 Greatest animations of all time' (Talking Head)
BBC TV 'Absolutely Fabulous' Series 4
A Saunders and French Production directed by Bob Spiers
BBC Choice BBC New Talent Showcase
'The Wind in the Willows' QE2 Cruise Liner, directed by Simon Barry
'Aladdin' Exmouth Pavilion, directed by Richard Frost
'Skin Flint' (devised) Pegasus Theatre, directed by the Right Size Theatre Company
'Personality Crisis' (devised) Pegasus Theatre, directed by Volcano Theatre Company
'Swim' (devised) Pegasus Theatre, directed by Emma Webb