"Sarah Daniels" (born 1957) is a United Kingdom/British dramatist. She has been a prolific writer since her first performed play was given a production at the Royal Court Theatre/Royal Court in 1981.

Daniels’s playwriting career took off after she was able to spend a year as the writer-in-residence of Sheffield University’s English department. Her plays have appeared at other venues including the Royal National Theatre/National Theatre, the Battersea Arts Centre, the Crucible Theatre/Crucible, Sheffield and Chicken Shed. She has also written episodes of the soap-operas Grange Hill, EastEnders and Holby City.

Daniels was involved in the "Video Nasties" debate of the 1980s, in which she mistook a scene from low-budget horror film Snuff (film) for a real-life Snuff Film[http://www.channel4.com/film/reviews/feature.jsp?id=111046&page=4].

Daniels is a popular and critically acclaimed writer and has had two collections of her plays published by Methuen Publishing/Methuen.

Daniels has also been a member of the board of directors for Clean Break (theatre company). Sarah's civil partner of many years, activist and schools inspector Claire Walton, died in 2009.

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