Lucy Cullingford

Lucy works as a movement director for theatre, working across a wide variety of cross-disciplinary projects in opera, community, education, dance, site-specific, outdoor and immersive theatre within the UK and internationally.

Lucy was a movement practitioner in the inaugural Movement Department at the Royal Shakespeare Company where she was also RSC/Warwick University Creative Fellow in Residence. She was the dance repetiteur for Matilda the Musical on the original production and into the West End. She has an MA in Movement Studies from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

Lucy’s work can currently be seen in Ben and Imo (RSC) and Simon Goodwin’s site-specific Macbeth.

Recent theatre includes:Dear Octopus (National Theatre), Lyonesse (Harold Pinter Theatre); Medea (@sohoplace); The Father and The Assassin (National Theatre); Hamlet (Bristol Old Vic); All of Us (National Theatre); Bridgerton (Secret Cinema); Constellations (Vaudeville Theatre, winner of two Olivier Awards); Anything Is Possible if you think about it Hard Enough, Nominated for Whatsonstage Award (Small Things Theatre).

RSC productions include: The Taming of The Shrew, Measure for Measure, Don Quixote (RSC, Garrick Theatre); Coriolanus (RSC, Barbican); Motion Capture Production of The Tempest (RSC, Barbican); The Jew of Malta (Swan Theatre); Snow in Midsummer (Swan Theatre), A Tender Thing (RSC/Northern Stage).

Other Theatre includes:
Top Girls, Alice In Wonderland (Liverpool Playhouse); Constellations (Royal Court, Manhattan Theatre Club, Trafalgar Studios and UK national tour); The Wizard of Oz (Leeds Playhouse); Anansi (Unicorn Theatre); The Scottsboro Boys, A Season in the Congo, (Young Vic); The Importance of Being Earnest (Watermill Theatre); The Remains of the Day (Northampton Theatres, Out of Joint, Oxford Playhouse); Abigail's Party (ATG); A Christmas Carol (Leeds Playhouse); Table (New Vic Theatre); Mountains (Manchester Royal Exchange); The Winter's Tale (National Theatre & tour); The Shadow Factory (Nuffield Theatres); King Lear (Minerva Theatre/Duke of York Theatre); Jenufa (Grange Park Opera); East is East (Northern Stage/Nottingham Playhouse); Of Mice and Men (Birmingham Rep).