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they tell me later. And then they want to work with me again.” Sarah’s star has continued to rise and 2018 has been her biggest year yet. During the English summer, Sarah took to the Bush Theatre stage as Kelly in Ben Weatherill’s play Jellyfish, which explored the relationship of a woman with Down syndrome with her mother, and with the man she falls in love and becomes pregnant with. Reviews in the British press described Jellyfish as a “heart- Sarah Gordy and Penny Laden in Jellyfish, photo by Samuel Taylor. “This is my first leading role in “Jellyfish is a story about one warming love story anchored by a a London theatre and nobody is individual adult, but there are many magnificent Sarah Gordy”, but also “a bored,” Sarah said. stories to be told. Kids with Down relationship between a woman with “Some people might find certain syndrome are often cute, but we Down syndrome and a non-disabled aspects troubling, but sometimes life grow up and live lives not so different man that many might find troubling”. is troubling. from everybody else. linkonline.com.au people 29