Anoushka Lucas is singer, songwriter, composer, actress and theatrical producer and writer. Anoushka was raised in London to a French-Cameroonian mother and Anglo-Indian father father and was raised in both French and English. She is a graduate of Oxford University with a degree in Russian and Italian.
Anoushka has been writing songs since the age of 14 and has many musical influences from music artists such as Amy Winehouse, Fiona Apple, Carole King and Zadie Smith. Her debut album, Dark Souls, is a fusion of jazz, soul, and her own unique autobiographical style of song writing. She has sold out headlined shows at the Bush Hall in London, Cheltenham Jazz Festival, Servant Jazz Quarters and many more.
Anoushka has composed and created musical scores for for theatre and has collaborated with Olivier-Award winner Sheila Atim and Jazz pianist Nikki Yeoh on an original score for Che Walker's play the Etienne Sisters. She has has also appeared many staged productions such as the Olivier-Award winning production of Jesus Christ Super Star as Mary Magdalene, and as Opal in the critically acclaimed acclaimed production of Lynette Lynton's Faces in The Crowd.