Lucinda graduated from ALRA in 2004.  Since then she has won ‘Best Supporting Actress’ (168 Film Festival) for her role in the film ‘Home’ and performed in theatres including The Globe and The Royal Court. Most notable theatre roles include Cathy (Wuthering Heights), Lady Macbeth (Macbeth), Portia (Merchant Of Venice) and Shen Teh (The Good Person Of Szechwan).

Lucinda is also a creative artist and producer. She collaborates with directors, actors, writers, film makers and dancers to create bold, innovative work which is thought provoking, daring and meaningful. Previous work shown: The Arcola, BAC, The Courtyard, The Rosemary Branch, The Blue Elephant, Red Gate Gallery, Jaw Dance.

She is currently developing a piece of theatre at St Josephs’s Hospice in Hackney, bringing togther professional actors with the community of St Joseph’s. The aim of the project is to dispel the myth that hospices are a dark, miserable place into the truth that they are places of warmth, support and end of life care for the patient and all the family.