Lucy Tuck's previous work for Travelling Light, under director Sally Cookson is Cloudland by John Burningham and How Cold My Toes - a co-production with Champloo Dance Company. She was Associate Artist with all-female company Foursight Theatre 2006-2011, beginning a programme of work with Six Dead Queens And An Inflatable Henry! Lucy co-devised and performed in productions Can Any Mother Help Me? and Thatcher! The Musical; and co-created Pertencia, Foursight's co-production with mountain-based theatre company Teatro do Montemuro - Portugal. Other theatre work includes: The Wizard of Oz (Palace Theatre, Westcliff); Lick (Mark Storor/Birmingham Rep); Macbeth. Kill Bill Shakespeare (South Hill Park & Wales Tour); Perfect Pie (The Byre Theatre, St Andrews); Peter Pan. The Return Of Captain Hook and Aladdin (Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal); Lady Macbeth Re-Writes The Rulebook (Library Theatre, Manchester); The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe (RSC, Stratford & Sadler's Wells); Holding Space (The Clore Studio – ROH2); Macbeth (TNT, European Tour) and Trouble In Tahiti (Southwark Playhouse).
Sally Cookson is a freelance director based in Bristol. She is an associate artist of Bristol Old Vic where her productions have included Peter Pan, Treasure Island, Aesop's Fables, Pains of Youth, Pericles and The Visit. Sally's ongoing collaboration with Travelling Light Theatre has resulted in her directing over ten productions for the company, including Boing; Cloudland; Bob, the Man on the Moon; How Cold My Toes; Shadow Play; Clown; Lenny; Home and Papa Please Get the Moon For Me. For Tobacco Factory, theatre includes The Ugly Duckling, Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. Further directorial credits include We're Going on a Bear Hunt for Kenny Wax Productions, Lost and Found for Polka Theatre and Stick Man, Aesop's Fables and Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales for Scamp Theatre. Sally's credits as an actress include Daisy in Daisy Pulls it Off at The Globe Theatre, directed by St. James Theatre's Artistic Director David Gilmore, as well as work at The National Theatre, Almeida, Young Vic, Gielgud Theatre and repertory theatres nationwide.