Lucy Cullingford

Movement Director

Lucy Cullingford has an MA in Movement Studies from the Central School of Speech and Drama. 

Lucy’s movement direction for theatre includes: All Of Us,The Father and the Assassin, Death of England and The Winter’s Tale for the National Theatre;  Measure for Measure, The Taming of the Shrew, Coriolanus, Snow in Midsummer, The Tempest, Don Quixote and The Jew of Malta for the RSC; Matilda the Musical (as dance repetiteur) for the RSC and in the West End; Bridgerton, for Secret Cinema; Constellations for the West End, Off Broadway, UK tour and Royal Court; King Lear for Chichester Festival Theatre; The Wizard of Oz, A Christmas Carol and The Night Before Christmas for Leeds Playhouse; Anansi for the Unicorn; The Remains of the Day for Out of Joint Theatre Company; Swallows and Amazons for Storyhouse; Mountains for Manchester Royal Exchange; Abigail’s Party for ATG, Theatre Royal Bath and UK tour; The Shadow Factory for the Nuffield Theatre; 101 Dalmatians and Of Mice and Men for Birmingham Rep; Anything is Possible and No Place for a Woman for Small Things Theatre Co; The Last Mermaid for Wales Millennium Centre; East is East for Northern Stage and Nottingham Playhouse; Talking Heads for Theatre Royal Bath; The Mother, The Double and The Spanish Golden Age for the Ustinov Studio.

West End productions include: Constellations at the Vaudeville Theatre and on Broadway; King Lear at the Duke of York’s Theatre; Don Quixote at the Garrick Theatre; My Mother Said I Never Should at St James’ Theatre.