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Lucy Phelps

Lucy Phelps joins the original cast of the new musical Viva Forever! in the principal role of Diamond. The show is based on the songs of the Spice Girls, and is written by Jennifer Saunders, produced by Judy Craymer and directed by Paul Garrington. It opens at the Piccadilly Theatre in November 2012.

Phelps started her career with Exeter University Theatre Company productions, while she was studying there. She then trained with LAMDA, performing in Pains... Read more >>

Lucy Phelps

Lucy Phelps Overview

Lucy Phelps joins the original cast of the new musical Viva Forever! in the principal role of Diamond. The show is based on the songs of the Spice Girls, and is written by Jennifer Saunders, produced by Judy Craymer and directed by Paul Garrington. It opens at the Piccadilly Theatre in November 2012.

Phelps started her career with Exeter University Theatre Company productions, while she was studying there. She then trained with LAMDA, performing in Pains of Youth, The Winter’s Tale, Women Beware Women, The Relapse, Cloud 9, and Genesis Foundation’s 10th Anniversary Gala, between 2010 and 2011. Before graduating, she appeared as Jane in The Shoemaker’s Holiday with the Sam Wanamaker Festival Company 2011, as Lynsey in Lyndsey Turner’s Country Music for The Royal Court Gala in London, and in the film of William and Katherine: A Royal Love Story. With a final role for LAMDA, as Anna Van Gogh in Vincent in Brixton, upon graduating, her career got off to a flying start. She appeared as Jasmine in Headlong and The National Theatre’s production of Earthquakes in London. She followed this with television parts in New Tricks (as Melissa Parks) and Skins. In 2012, she made her debut at the Hampstead Theatre in Lay Down Your Cross. She then appeared in Bush Bounce, and has recently finished filming for Yash Chopra's new feature film Until I Breathe This Life.

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