Actress, stage director, Sandrine Roche studied Political Sciences in France and then in Italy, before becoming a production manager for theater and dance. She left everything behind in 1998 to move to Brussels, where she trained as an actress (Lassaad School - Jacques Lecoq training).
She began writing simultaneously with the play Itinéraire sans fond(s) - Beaumarchais grant in 2002 - commissioned by Barthélémy Bompard. In 2005, she received a grant from the CNL for REDUCTO ABSURDUM of all human experience, 1st opus of the trilogy Ma langue ! then the creation aid of the CNT in 2007 for Carne (editions Les Effarées 2013). In 2010, her play Yèk, mes trois têtes was selected for the fictions of France Culture.
She moved to Rennes, and began a theatrical work with children that gave birth to the text Nine little girls (push & pull), winner of the Lyon Days of the authors of theater 2011. Published by Editions théâtrales, winner of the CNT creation grant in November 2012, the text was created by Philippe Labaune and Stanislas Nordey in 2014. In 2012 she finished Un silence idéal, 2nd opus of Ma langue ! then Ravie, an adaptation of La Chèvre de Mr Seguin (Editions Théâtrales 2013).
In 2008, she created the association Perspective Nevski*, with which she realizes a stage work around her writing.
She is dramaturgical advisor at La Chartreuse - Centre national des écritures du spectacle (Villeneuve-lez-Avignon), with Catherine Dan, since September 2017.