Eugenie Pastor

LSBU celebrates Dr Eugénie Pastor’s Olivier awards win as part of the team behind Wolf Witch Giant Fairy

11 April 2022

Dr Eugénie Pastor, London South Bank University (LSBU) senior lecturer, artist, performer and musician is part of the team that has won ‘Best Family Show’ at the Olivier Awards 2022 for their work, Wolf Witch Giant Fairy.

Eugénie Pastor was one of ten performers and devisors from Little Bulb Theatre company in the ‘magical opera for families’, Wolf Witch Giant Fairy which was one of four shortlisted shows at the four shortlisted shows at the Olivier Awards 2022 for ‘Best Family Show’.

Dr Eugénie Pastor is a senior lecturer in the School of Performance at LSBU and has a PhD in Drama and Theatre Studies. Alongside her work at LSBU, Dr Pastor is a practitioner with a decade-long career as an artist, performer and musician. She is co-artistic director of She Goat and an associate artist of Little Bulb Theatre. Her work has been reviewed and 2”featured in The Times, The Guardian, Time Out, The Wire and the BBC. Little Bulb are a touring theatre company creating devised performance

Professor David Phoenix, LSBU’s Vice-Chancellor said, “We are incredibly proud of Dr Eugénie Pastor’s contribution for the amazing achievement to win ‘Best Family Show’ at the Olivier Awards 2022 with Little Bulb, the theatre company she is an associate of. Eugenie’s dazzling performance in Wolf Witch Giant Fairy and success at the UK’s most prestigious theatre awards is a tribute to Eugénie’s amazing artistic talent, dedication and ability. Her achievement will serve as an inspiration for our LSBU students and aspiring artists across the UK.”

Dr Eugénie Pastor said, “I’m over the moon to be part of the team winning an Olivier ‘Best Family Show’ award for Little Bulb theatre company’s work on Wolf Witch Giant Fairy at the Royal Opera House. It’s been a fantastic show to perform in and I hope Wolf Witch Giant Fairy will have left our audience with a lifelong love for the joy that comes from watching and taking part in theatre. I hope Little Bulb and the team’s success in these awards will act as a real inspiration for students at LSBU.”