Film, TV & Theatre
Lucy took part in the Royal Court's Introduction to Playwriting Scheme (2014) and is a graduate of the Creative Writing programme at Warwick University.
As a member of Stonewall Youth, she produced a short film on homophobic bullying, which placed third in a Stonewall Anti-Homophobia Conference and was shown at the BFI in 2008/09.
She has had rehearsed readings at the NT Studio and Greenwich Theatre. Her first full length play as a writer, LOBSTER, opened at Theatre503 in 2018.
Lucy is the Co-Artistic Director of Snapper Theatre. Their latest show THOMAS, which Lucy directed, was featured as one of The Evening Standard's 'Must See' shows at VAULT Festival 2019.
In 2019 Lucy was announced as the winner of the Alpine Fellowship, a prize for writers, visual artists and playwrights.
WISH NO EVIL
spec TV pilot in development
A two-act piece of feminist horror theatre, entitled HONEY
THE CHILDREN OF LIR
Musical adaptation of the Irish folk tale in development with composer Jo Walker
Dir. Nick Blood
Snapper Theatre / Theatre503
Transfer of 2017 Catalyst Festival production
APRIL, MAY, JUNE
Old Red Lion
Part of Shortswave, a showcase of short plays from the Royal Court Introduction to Playwriting Programme alumni.
Bread and Roses
As Writer/ Director
Tristan Bates Centre
Commissioned to write a monologue as part of the Thelma’s “Ladylogues”, an evening of monologues written by and for women
HEAR ME OUT
Camden People's Theatre / Snapper
By Kayla Feldman
Snapper Theatre / VAULT Festival
By Robbie Curran
THE KNIGHT FROM NOWHERE / THE BELLS
*Nominated for Best Director at Off West End 'Offies'
LEH Write the Girl
New play workshopped as part of the LEH Write the Girl initiative.
Maiden Speech Festival
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Younger Theatre
"Director Lucy Foster manages to create a relaxed performance, which has all the emotional turmoil of a West-End drama."
Featured as one of The Evening Standard's 'Must See' shows of VAULT Festival 2019
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Love London Love Culture
"Warm, touching, thought-provoking, sure to educate, entertain and bring a tear to the eye."