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02 – 02 June

Lucy McCormick: Making Work from Scratch

Lucy McCormick: Making Work from Scratch

Box office: 020 7229 0706

DATES AND TIMES
  • 10am - 12 noon on Saturday June 2nd

Currently giving a masterclass in her triple threat status in Effigies of Wickedness: Songs Banned by the Nazis, Lucy McCormick is a performer whose work has straddled cabaret, comedy and theatre. Working with songs, research and practical tasks, Lucy will share her process of making work from scratch.

This workshop is for anyone who is interested in learning more about devising, enjoys pop iconography and wants to experiment with new ways of working. No experience necessary.

Location: Harrow Club, 187 Freston Road, London, W10 6TH. Closest station, Latimer Road.

Tickets: £10
10am - 12 noon on Saturday June 2nd
Lucy McCormick is an actor/performer based in London.

Her hit show Triple Threat, took the Edinburgh Fringe by storm in 2016 and had a sell-out run at the Soho Theatre in 2017.

Her other theatre credits include: Collective Rage (Southwark Playhouse); Roller Diner(Soho Theatre); Cinderella (Oxford Playhouse); The Naked Truth (National Tour); First Love is the Revolution (Soho Theatre); Big Hits (International Tour);  SPLAT! (Barbican); Violent Incient (Arnolfini Bristol); External (National Tour); Dusa, Fish, Stas, Vi (Worksworth Festival); As You Like It (Worksworth Festival/Jagged Fence Productions); The House of Bernada Alba (Tristan Bates Theatre)
Lucy won the Dublin Fringe Best Performer Award, Glasgow's Brick  Award and the TV Bomb Groundbreaker Award for her show Triple Threat. She was further nominated for Emerging Artist at the Total Theatre Awards Edinburgh Festival. She has also received a Off West End Award nomination for Best Female for her role in Collective Rage.

02 – 02 June

Lucy McCormick: Making Work from Scratch

Lucy McCormick: Making Work from Scratch

Box office: 020 7229 0706

DATES AND TIMES
  • 10am - 12 noon on Saturday June 2nd