Musical Theatre alumnus in London’s stage production of Babe

2014 graduate Lucy Thomas will perform in the new stage adaptation of Babe, the Sheep Pig.

The show is adapted from the best-selling book by Dick King-Smith and will open in London at the Polka Theatre, ahead of a UK tour. The production will run in London from 25 Nov 2016 to 5 Feb 2017, before transferring to the West Yorkshire Playhouse.

Lucy says:

'I was very excited to hear that I had been offered the job. It's a fantastic creative team, a beautiful story and my first time doing a tour! My time at Trinity Laban was very special. I met my best friends, and learnt the value of working hard with full committment. It also taught me to stay humble and not expect anything handed to you on a plate.'

Lucy completed her BA (Hons) Musical Theatre in 2014 and was awarded ‘The Directors Prize for Excellence’ upon graduation. Since graduating she has performed in numerous roles, including Dotty/Ritzy in Bugsy Malone at the Lyric Hammersmith, which was also performed on ITV’s Sunday Night at the Palladium.

Trinity Laban has developed an impressive reputation for its Musical Theatre performance training. Creative practitioners are equipped with a wide range of skills applicable to a diverse range of musical theatre. Highly employable graduates are produced who are thoroughly prepared for this competitive and increasingly popular branch of the British music industry.

To find out more about studying with us, visit our Musical Theatre study page.

For more information on Babe, the Sheep-Pig and to book tickets, visit the Polka Theatre website.

Image from Babe, the Sheep-Pig rehearsal trailer