Guess How Much I Love You

Lucie Pankhurst


 

Lucie trained at the Arts Educational School and the London School of Contemporary Dance.

 

Recent credits include The Toxic Avenger (Edinburgh/ Arts Theatre, London), Holy Crap (King’s Head), How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Wilton’s Music Hall), Guess How Much I Love You (Greenwich/ Middle East) and Wonderland (No.1 UK Tour).

 

Other work includes, Children Of Eden (Union Theatre), The Stripper (St James' Palace); Christie In Love (The King’s Head Theatre), The Busker’s Opera (Park Theatre), The Royale (The Royal Tabernacle), The Toxic Avenger (Southwark Playhouse); The Silver Sword (UK Tour); Sam Shepherd’s The Late Henry Moss (Southwark Playhouse); Sweet Charity (NYMT/ Curve, Leicester); The Royale (The Bush Theatre);  Shock Treatment (Kings Head); Love Story (Union Theatre); Dogfight (Southwark Playhouse), Betwixt (Kings Head), Dancing at Lughnasa, Twelfth Night, 3 Men in a Boat and Birdsong for the Original Theatre Company, Mort, Love and Madness, Vanishing Point and Peter Pan for YMT (Peter Pan also as a workshop production at the Lyric Theatre), The Fast Show Live tour, directed by Roxanna Silbert; Troilus and Cressida at the National Theatre, directed by Sir Trevor Nunn; Assistant Choreographer to Arlene Philips for the original choreography We Will Rock You, directed by Christopher Renshaw; Drowning Point (Edinburgh Festival and Regents Park Open Air Theatre).

 

Lucie has devised, directed and choreographed shows for Ocean Village cruises for Micha Bergese Productions and the show Cacophony, a national tour for the Generating Company. 

 

Television credits include Tim Vince Christmas Special (Baby Cow); Sick of It (Sky One); The Tim Vine Special (Baby Cow), Goodness Gracious Me, the reunion show for the BBC, Horrible Science (Hat Trick Productions); The Catherine Tate ‘Nan Special’ (Tiger Aspect); series choreographer Horrible Histories - also the Prom concert 2011, Viva Blackpool, The Omid Djalili Show and Dead Ringers (3 series), Some Girls, Watson and Oliver and Dead Boss for the BBC.

Hit Me Baby One More Time, X-Factor and Bonkers for ITV.

Wedding Belles by Irvin Welsh, Paul O’Grady Show, Boys Will Be Girls and Bad Education for Channel 4 and Caroline Quentins’ Little Cracker for Sky.

 

Films include scenes in The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society (Blue Print Pictures), Florence Foster Jenkins (Pathé/ BBC Films) due for release later this year; Lady Chatterley’s Lover (Hartswood Films); Snow White and the Huntsman and Maleficent.

 

Lucie has also choreographed and directed movement for commercials for companies including, 4Creative, RSA, Hungry Man and Homecorps. She’s worked on live events such as contributions to the Cultural Olympiad, launches, hair and fashion shows in the U.K and internationally. 

Her own productions have been supported at the Place Choreodrome, seen at the South Bank, Lilian Baylis Theatre and at the Place Theatre as part of the Spring Loaded season.


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