Sally-Anne Hayward

Sally-Anne Hayward

Sally-Anne Hayward is a comedian, writer and dribbling fool. She reckons she has got 30 years tops left on this earth so enjoy her while she is still rabbiting on. www.sallyannehayward.co.uk


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A school play… made me a feminist

Standard Issue writers are exploring when they knew they were feminist. For Sally-Anne Hayward it was what she did with a doll in a school play that sealed the deal.
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“I wonder, is it difficult to be miserable all day?”

We sent Sally-Anne Hayward to soak up the ill-ease of Dismaland. And you know what? She loved it.
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The housemate from Hell

Ever shared a house with someone so awful they made your cat do anxiety pees? Sally-Anne Hayward has. As our week-long exploration of unusual living situations continues, the comedian reflects on two long months of accusations, aggression and Britney Spears.
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Ms Perfect

A former pupil at one of England’s top schools, Sally-Anne Hayward had mixed feelings about her alma mater. Would a school reunion – and a radical new initiative – change her mind?
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Glad Rags

In the latest of a series that sees Standard Issue writers celebrate the clothes that make them happy, Sally-Anne Hayward explains how her black polo neck can transform the Bristol branch of House of Fraser into the Sacré-Cœur.
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That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore

Sally-Anne Hayward loves being asked what it’s like to be a woman in comedy. Really. Loves it. So go ahead and ask her. Just don’t forget to duck before the punchline.
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Letter to my hometown: Oxford, I Love You

Standard Issue writers are penning a letter to their hometown. For Sally-Anne Hayward her note to Oxford tells of a life-long love affair.