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Lucy has just finished filming the upcoming Disney feature film Artemis Fowl for Kenneth Branagh. She has worked in the industry for over 20 years, firstly as a professional Ballet Dancer, then moving into Musical Theatre, film and also working on the commercial circuit. She's had the pleasure of working with and assisting many notable Choreographers including Carlos Acosta, Susan Stroman, Twyla Tharp, Andy Blankenbuehler, Adam Cooper, Rob Ashford, Javier Frutos, Lucie Pankhurst, Karen Bruce, Arlene Phillips, and Kim Gavin.

Training: Royal Ballet School, English National Ballet School, Laine Theatre Arts

Choreography credits include Associate Choreographer and Resident Choreographer for Guys and Dolls (West End, UK Tour, Tel Aviv & Chichester), Associate Choreographer and Grease (David Ian Productions), Assistant Choreographer for MGM Story(Upstairs at the Gatehouse), Re-stager for Footloose (UK Tour), Prep and Rehearsal Assistant Choreographer for Love me Tender (UK Tour), Assistant Choreographer for Film Flashback (Jean Ann Ryan Productions), Assistant Choreographer for Malibu Waves(Jean Ann Ryan Productions), Assistant Choreographer for Dirty Dancing (Holland), Associate Choreographer for Angelina Ballerina the Mousical (UK Tour and Australian Tour), Associate Choreographer for Vampirette (Manchester Opera House).

Theatre credits include Dick Whittington (London Palladium) Featured Dancer in Sinatra (London Palladium), Ensemble in Dance Til' Dawn (Aldwych Theatre), Ensemble/Dance Captain in Guys and Dolls(Chichester), Assistant Dance Captain/Hunyak in Chicago(Cambridge Theatre), Ensemble/Understudy Judy in White Christmas (Michael Rose Ltd), Dancer in Katherine Jenkins Believe (UK Arena Tour), Company/understudy Slaughter Girl in Shall We Dance(Sadlers Wells), Ensemble in Candide(English National Opera), Dance Captain/Ensemble in Desperately Seeking Susan (Novello Theatre), Ensemble in the Original West End cast of Dirty Dancing (Aldwych Theatre), Ensemble/Understudy Brenda in Movin’ Out, Featured Dancer Maria in Saturday Night Fever (Apollo Victoria), Assistant Dance Captain/Swing in Chicago (European Tour), Ensemble in On Your Toes(Royal Festival Hall), Featured Ensemble in Contact (Queen’s Theatre), Maria/Connie/Shirley in Saturday Night Fever (Koln, Germany). Lucy also performed with the English National Ballet Company.

Television includes Game of Thrones, Strictly Come Dancing for Kylie Minogue, The Royal Variety Show, Financial Times, Very Important People, The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff, Dancing on Ice, Dance X Credits, Dancing in the Streets and Strictly Dance Fever. Lucy has also appeared in commercials for HSBC The Financial Times.

Films include Disney's Cinderella and Centre Stage

Workshops include Frozen for Rob Ashford, Peter and the Wolf for Adam Cooper and The Mustache Song from A Million Ways to Die in the West for Rob Ashford. Lucy was also Dance Captain/Dancer for London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics Closing Ceremonies (London Olympic Stadium)