Sabrina began training as a civil servant after a Masters in International diplomacy but she then turned to writing poetry and prose and her first piece for theatre, That Boy, was performed at the
Soho Theatre in 2010 and won a Westminster Prize for New Playwrights.
Since then, she has won a UK Young Artists Award
2011 for poetry; an IdeasTap Innovator Award for theatre and one for
poetry and she won a place on the Old Vic's TS Eliot Exchange 2011 to
New York. She is currently Creative in Residence for Theatre & Poetry at The
Hospital Club and will be the 2012 Leverhulme Trust Associate Playwright
at the Bush Theatre.
Her recent solo show about a young stripper, Dry Ice, won widespread critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe 2011 and was nominated for The Stage Award for Best Solo Performance.
In 2012 Sabrina was nominated as as World Economic Forum Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum. She is currently poet in residence at the Science Museum.
Sabrina has been part of the writers programs at The Royal Opera House and The Royal Court and a playwright on attachment with Tamasha.