Lucy Davies
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Exec Producer of National Theatre Wales, number 2 to join the team after John. Before this, was Exec Producer at the Donmar Warehouse and Head of Studio at the National.

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Oh wonders, Kneehigh are coming to Cardiff...

In a few weeks the wonderful wonderful Kneehigh are in town with STEPTOE AND SON - 

“joyously entertaining” “uniquely poignant” and “a must for any theatregoer”

They're at the Sherman from April 9th - 13th - go go go go go

Posted on March 13, 2013 at 0:32 — 3 Comments

Scoop! Maryan Mursal to sing during De Gabay

Wonderful wonderful news and a major coup for Cardiff - the glorious, celebrated Somalian singer Maryan Mursal is coming to Butetown to perform as part of De Gabay on Sunday 3rd March. A legendary, beautiful voice, Maryan has already been to meet the team in rehearsals and has confirmed that she'll travel down to be part of the show... We're thrilled to welcome her.

Posted on February 20, 2013 at 9:52

NTW Xmas Lunch

Happy Xmas all

Posted on December 20, 2012 at 2:58

Seeking a freelance Producer...

Producer wanted for NTW co-production            

We are seeking a producer to work on one of our projects next year. You would be employed by our co-producing partner but work alongside NTW as well.

You need to be free from January-July and the project takes place on Anglesey. Discretion please until our launch on January 24th!

 More info here:

Posted on December 10, 2012 at 9:13

Things I will miss

My indulgent sentimental gushing has begun...

All of the incredible memories and friends and images from 4 years of setting up this company, and making 22 shows, and building this gorgeous family of 4,000 of you... 

Thinking about what I will miss... 

the A470 

having a transformative theatre moment in the lashing rain, because of the lashing rain

the big tea pot, gathering around it

the fast-forward non stop hurtle through it all 



Posted on November 23, 2012 at 2:18 — 5 Comments

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At 3:19 on July 26, 2012, Jen Thornton said…

Happy Birthday! 

At 8:17 on October 5, 2010, Teifi Emerald said…
Hello Lucy,
I'm really looking forward to your visit to our Theatre Apprenticeship course in Aberystwyth - doing the Cherry Orchard. Just thought I'd say hello! Teifi
At 9:16 on February 10, 2010, Matt Gibson said…
Hello Lucy

Sorry to hear mike is leaving, I recently sent him my CV in the hope of some work, either on current productions, or for future events, should I resend it, if so, who to?

Thank you for your help

Matt :-)
At 7:54 on January 21, 2010, Carl Morris said…
Hi Lucy, you know we were talking about the email burden and how to deal with it? I have found this stuff helpful, cheers
At 2:50 on November 5, 2009, Wyeside Arts Centre said…
Lucy - we all had a fabulous time at the Wyeside launch! Very excited by the new programme of events! Amongst us were some sixth-form drama students from the local high school - who were really fired up by such innovative new pieces of theatre. You're inspiring the next generation already! Well done to all at NTW. If Wyeside can help in any way in the future - whether its box office support for the Brecon Beacons project, local publicity or what have you - please do get in touch with us. Really exciting to see what's next - and loving the Wales-wide approach. CONGRATULATIONS from all of us at Wyeside! Brillaitn work. (Oh, and - loving the new website, too. Off without a hitch!) Tamzin x
At 6:23 on October 21, 2009, Matt Peover said…
Hi Lucy - how are things going there? I hope all's well I get the impression its a really exciting place to be at the moment. I'm just back from touring Ireland with a Conor Mitchell opera for a kids audience (great to work with opera singers) and preparing for a big reading on Friday at the Lyric Hammersmith of the new Liquid show which we've been working on with Fin Kennedy for three years: Chimeras, a contemporary Jacobean tragedy. Its really an amazing script on all levels and its huge huge huge. I'd love you to read it at some point if you are interested. I can't really enthuse enough about what a brilliant play Fin has written... anyway thats me. I need to get in a room with the True/Fiction guys and cook up some ideas we might be able to talk to you about...
At 7:35 on July 16, 2009, Pete Telfer said…
Hi Lucy - I'm filming Catrin Finch concert tomorrow evening - can I put you on the guest list? - give me a ring to confirm 01654 761 461
At 12:17 on June 24, 2009, Deborah Powell said…
"Words are the voice of the heart."
At 23:27 on June 22, 2009, Eleanor Lang said…
I'm well - although life has been hectic (just moved flat) - counting down to a holiday now. Are you enjoying life in Wales... I am slightly jealous!
At 23:48 on June 3, 2009, Mitch Winfield said…
Hi Lucy
Have been trying to find a way to contact you direct. Would you mind emailing me when you get a moment. I have a question to ask.

Thanks, Mitch

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