Lucy Williamson

Lucy is an award winning Actress/Singer/Dancer with 16 years experience.

Award winning actress, Lucy Williamson trained at Laine Theatre Arts graduating with Honours. Credits include: Violet Chandler in The Fix, Mr Strassen Presents, requested soloist, Sunday at The Musicals requested soloist, Soloist on Warburtons Radio Advert, Queen Sadista in Snow White with Cannon and Ball and Joe McElderry (Hull New Theatre) White Christmas (West Yorkshie Playhouse), The Wife/Mrs Mi Tsu in 'The Good Person of Sichaun' (Mercury Theatre, Colchester), Workshop of Arlene Phillips new musical 'Jackie,' Carabosse in Sleeping Beauty with Joe Pasquale (New Theatre Cardiff), Sally Adams in Call Me Madam (Union Theatre), Gussie Carnegie in Merrily We Roll Along (Theatre Clwyd), Rita La Porta in Lucky Stiff (The Landor Theatre), Wicked Queen in Snow White with Sid Owen (Hastings), Judy Garland in Judy and Liza (National Tour), Judy Garland (alternate to Tracie Bennett) in End of the Rainbow at Trafalgar Studios, Mavis in Stepping Out (25th Anniversary Tour )with Jessie Wallace, Brian Capron and Anita Harris, Joanne in Company (Union Theatre), Original company of Marguerite, World Premiere (cover Annette and Chanteuse) at The Theatre Royal, Haymarket London, Carmen Diaz in Fame! (National Tour and Victoria Palace Theatre), Fantine in Les Miserables (National Tour), Penny/Shirl in A Slice of Saturday Night (Liverpool Empire), Original Cast Teacher and cover Killer Queen in We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre), Angel in The Rink (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry), Ensemble and cover Tanya and Donna in Mamma Mia! (International Tour), Maureen and cover Mimi in Rent (National Tour and Prince of Wales Theatre), NYC Woman/Cocktail Waitress in I Love You Because (Award winning British premiere at The Landor Theatre), Original cast Josafina in Murderous Instincts (Savoy Theatre), Ensemble in Sweeney Todd (Sondheim's 70th Birthday, Royal Festival Hall), Les Miserables Concert (Cardiff Castle), Witch/Lady Macduff in Macbeth (National Tour), Hermia in A Midsummer Nights Dream. (Richmond Theatre), Hecate in Macbeth New Players Theatre, London.

Original principal vocalist on the maiden voyage and inaugural season of The Queen Mary 2. Lucy was asked to perform solo for HM The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh on the occasion of their golden wedding anniversary and also for HM The Queen on her tour around the Queen Mary 2.

BBC Radio 2's Friday Night is Music Night requested solo vocalist & BBC Radio 3 requested soloist.

Television Credits include: The Royal Variety Performance, This Morning, Children in Need, Songs of Praise, 5's Company. Feature Film Credits include: Cindy Saunders in Julie and the Cadillacs, Hecate in Macbeth, Hermia in A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Twitter: @lucylulabell