Lucy Key

Lucy Key

Lucy is a versatile artist with a rich portfolio spanning theatre, opera, television, concerts, and cabaret. A graduate of the Guildford School of Acting, her performance highlights include starring as Maria in “West Side Story” for both London and the UK No. 1 tour, as well as portraying Grace Farrell in “Annie” at Perth Repertory Theatre. She has also graced the stages in productions like “Of Thee I Sing,” “Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “Two Gentlemen of Verona” at Regents Park Open Air Theatre in London, and “The Marriage of Figaro” at the New Vic Theatre. 

Beyond the stage, Lucy has an impressive track record in directing, notably contributing to projects with leaps and bounds, such as the presentation of ‘The Young Roots’ at the Birmingham Hippodrome, choreographing for the Olympic Handover celebrations in Shropshire, and serving as Assistant Director for the world premiere of the musical ‘Chasing Fate’ at the Birmingham Hippodrome. 

In the realm of television, Lucy showcased her talent as Manda in “Being April” for BBC One. Her extensive experience also extends to her roles as a performing arts tutor, choreographer, director, and workshop practitioner.