Lucy Briers is an actor who has worked extensively across theatre, film, television and radio.
Her one woman show Some Kind of Bliss (Trafalgar Studios/Brits of Broadway) saw her nominated for What's on Stage Best Solo Performer 2008.
Her theatre credits include: All of us (National Theatre), Rosmerholm (Duke Of York's Theatre), Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies (RSC/Aldwych Theatre, West End/Broadway), Top Girls (Chichester Festival Theatre/Duke Of York's Theatre), Wild East (Young Vic), Behud (Soho Theatre), Show Boat (Sheffield Crucible/New London Theatre, West End), The Seagull (Chichester Festival Theatre), Ivanov (Chichester Festival Theatre and Donmar at the Wyndham's Theatre).
Her television credits include: Home (Channel 4), Endeavour (ITV/Mammoth Screen), Four Weddings and a Funeral (MGM/Universal/Hulu), Gentleman Jack (BBC/HBO), Victoria (Mammoth Screen/ITV), Count Arthur Strong (BBC), Our Girl (BBC) and The Thick of It (BBC).
Her film credits include: Emma, The Show, Genius and Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa.
Giles is an Olivier award winning actor, gaining the Best Actor Olivier for his role as Aaron Burr in Hamilton in 2018.
His recent stage work includes Rosmerholm (The Duke of Yorks Theatre), Hamilton (Victoria Palace Theatre), The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Donmar Warehouse), The Merchant of Venice (The Globe Theatre and World Tour), Ma Rainey's Black Bottom (National Theatre), King John (The Globe Theatre and World Tour), Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales Theatre), The Tempest (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Hamlet (National Theatre) and Death & The Kings Horseman (National Theatre).
His television credits includes Maxxx (E4) and Flack (Hat Trick Productions).
Rory Kinnear In Conversation with James Phillips
Writer and NSDF Director James Phillips in conversation with award winning Actor, Writer and Director Rory Kinnear
Clint Dyer In Conversation with Mark Shenton
NSDF Trustee Mark Shenton sits down with the Deputy Artistic Director of the National Theatre Clint Dyer