Upcoming Shows

Imagine a Story; Kensington Palace

Lucy loves to bring stories and educational content to life, writing, producing and hosting fun and interactive shows. She is also an experienced presenter, hosting events at literary and family festivals across the UK. Please get in touch if you would like to book Lucy for an event.

Here’s a selection of Lucy’s work:

Two Young Dragons, The Wild Wood, Cheltenham Literature Festival 2018

Storytastic Sunday, A Prince and His Porcelain Cup, Kensington Palace

Imagine a Story- exploring the early life of Princess Victoria, Kensington Palace



The Woodland Trust Wild Wood, Cheltenham Literature Festival 2017

Chiplit Fest 2017/YIMBY Festival

Chiplit Fest; Photographer Jeff Slade

The Unexpected Journey of Chocolate, Roald Dahl Museum

Tolkien Society, Mr Bliss, Tolkien Day

Creation Theatre, Ashmolean Museum

The Storytelling Tree: interactive storytelling for pre-school children

Downton Abbey’s Cottage Hospital restoration project

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland 150th anniversary story exhibition


Lucy’s previous work

Clayesmore Festival of Reading

Imagine Festival, Southbank Centre, Abrams & Chronicle

Thought Literary Festival, LSE, Abrams & Chronicle

Hay on Wye Literature Festival, Abrams & Chronicle

Babar’s 80th Anniversary, Pop Up Festival, London

Lucy Walters. UK based actor and storyteller

Learning Through Stories; Alice’s Day

Alice’s Day, The Story Museum, Oxford

Coach, Edward Lear Gallery Exhibition Runcible Rhymes, Ashmolean Museum

Narrator, Woodland Tales, 03 Gallery, Oxford Castle

Voice Over, Boardworks, My Works Revision

Weekend of Words, actor, Oxford Playhouse, Laurence Marks & Maurice Gran

Oxford Playhouse Playbites

Cabaret Evening, comedy, self written, Ruskin Theatre

Writing for Theatre, workshop actor, Oxford Playhouse


“The children absolutely loved it, it was such a super start to this term’s topic with so many links to curriculum subjects. Thank you for making it so interactive, every child was incredibly engaged and couldn’t wait to tell their parents all about it at pick up!”- Year 3 teacher on The Unexpected Journey of Chocolate