LetLuce

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Film, TV & Theatre

Assistant: Isaac Storm
Assistant: Cat Palethorpe

Comedy

Assistant: Isaac Storm
Assistant: Cat Palethorpe

Film, TV & Theatre

LetLuce are Letty Butler and Lucy Pearman, who met & trained together at LAMDA. They performed in Edinburgh in 2015 with their show SEA MEN: A NAVAL TALE .

SEA MEN: A NAVAL TALE then transferred to the Soho Theatre.

“The slick comic timing of long-serving professionals…the inventive charm of ingénues. Stardom beckons.”  ✭✭✭✭ The Sunday Times

'Silly but without being crass or dumb, the whole thing was excellent fun.✭✭✭✭ The Mirror

'Wonderful off the wall genius' ✭✭✭✭1/2 Short Com

'LetLuce are a real find, with natural funny bones' ✭✭✭✭ Chortle

'[A] real joy' ✭✭✭✭ Fest Mag

'This is...a joyful hour of storytelling.' ✭✭✭✭ The Skinny

LetLuce had a huge hit at the Edinburgh fringe in 2014 with their packed out show, SHOW PONY, at Just the Tonic at the Mash House. Jennifer Saunders tweeted that their show was a "must see" and Grazia Magazine featured them as a hightlight of the Fringe.

Brian Logan singled LetLuce out as.... "talents who'll be making us laugh for years to come."

"It's a fine feeling when you encounter skilful, joyful, old-fashioned clowning....it's blissful to watch." Brian Logan, The Guardian ***

"An utter delight to watch.....too many moments of total brilliance" Marissa Burgess, The List ****

"...LetLuce also have a plot, in a manner of speaking. This breakthrough duo take the chaotic whimsy of the Boosh boys and raise it a notch or two with the story of Eamonn the show pony, kidnapped by nuns and sold to Ian McShane's circus. Lucy Pearman and Letty Butler sport the slick comic timing of long-serving professionals, but project the inventive charm of ingenues. Stardom beckons."  Stephen Armstrong, SUNDAY TIMES Culture Magazine, August 2014

LetLuce appear regularly on the circuit, including appearances at The Invisible Dot - details of forthcoming gigs can be found on their webite:www.let-luce.co.uk

Letty and Lucy have worked with esteemed comedy directors Steve Bendelack and James Griffiths on ad campaigns for Truvia and Malteasers and took their debut show LIVE BAIT to the Edinburgh Festival on the Free Fringe last year.

They are currently working alongside James Griffiths (CUBAN FURY, EPISODES) and producer Claire Jones(SIGHTSEERS, KILL LIST) and Moxie Pictures on their debut comedy series THE LINDAS and are also collaborating with Victoria Pile, Fay Rusling & Oriane Messina (creators of Smack The Pony & Green Wing) on a new comedy pilot. 

 "I have unreserved support for the extremely talented comedy actresses Lucy Pearman & Letty Butler"
James Griffiths (Director of Episodes, Free Agents, Cuban Fury)
 
"LetLuce are very funny, they have an instinctive sense of comedy pitch"
Steve Bendelack (Director of French & Saunders, Little Britain, League of Gentlemen)

In Development

ProductionCompanyNotes

UNTITLED COMEDY PROJECT

2014

30' comedy pilot in development with Victoria Pile, Fay Rusling & Oriane Messina

Television

ProductionCompanyNotes

THE LINDAS

2014

Moxie Pictures

Director James Griffiths
Producer Claire Jones
30' comedy pilot

Theatre

ProductionCompanyNotes

SHOWPONY

2014

Just the Tonic / Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Director: Matt Peover

LIVE BAIT

2013

Free Fringe Edinburgh Festival

Director: Matt Peover

Comedy

LetLuce are Letty Butler and Lucy Pearman, who met & trained together at LAMDA. They performed in Edinburgh in 2015 with their show SEA MEN: A NAVAL TALE .

SEA MEN: A NAVAL TALE then transferred to the Soho Theatre.

“The slick comic timing of long-serving professionals…the inventive charm of ingénues. Stardom beckons.”  ✭✭✭✭ The Sunday Times

'Silly but without being crass or dumb, the whole thing was excellent fun.✭✭✭✭ The Mirror

'Wonderful off the wall genius' ✭✭✭✭1/2 Short Com

'LetLuce are a real find, with natural funny bones' ✭✭✭✭ Chortle

'[A] real joy' ✭✭✭✭ Fest Mag

'This is...a joyful hour of storytelling.' ✭✭✭✭ The Skinny

LetLuce had a huge hit at the Edinburgh fringe in 2014 with their packed out show, SHOW PONY, at Just the Tonic at the Mash House. Jennifer Saunders tweeted that their show was a "must see" and Grazia Magazine featured them as a hightlight of the Fringe.

Brian Logan singled LetLuce out as.... "talents who'll be making us laugh for years to come."

"It's a fine feeling when you encounter skilful, joyful, old-fashioned clowning....it's blissful to watch." Brian Logan, The Guardian ***

"An utter delight to watch.....too many moments of total brilliance" Marissa Burgess, The List ****

"...LetLuce also have a plot, in a manner of speaking. This breakthrough duo take the chaotic whimsy of the Boosh boys and raise it a notch or two with the story of Eamonn the show pony, kidnapped by nuns and sold to Ian McShane's circus. Lucy Pearman and Letty Butler sport the slick comic timing of long-serving professionals, but project the inventive charm of ingenues. Stardom beckons."  Stephen Armstrong, SUNDAY TIMES Culture Magazine, August 2014

LetLuce appear regularly on the circuit, including appearances at The Invisible Dot - details of forthcoming gigs can be found on their webite:www.let-luce.co.uk

Letty and Lucy have worked with esteemed comedy directors Steve Bendelack and James Griffiths on ad campaigns for Truvia and Malteasers and took their debut show LIVE BAIT to the Edinburgh Festival on the Free Fringe last year.

They are currently working alongside James Griffiths (CUBAN FURY, EPISODES) and producer Claire Jones(SIGHTSEERS, KILL LIST) and Moxie Pictures on their debut comedy series THE LINDAS and are also collaborating with Victoria Pile, Fay Rusling & Oriane Messina (creators of Smack The Pony & Green Wing) on a new comedy pilot. 

 "I have unreserved support for the extremely talented comedy actresses Lucy Pearman & Letty Butler"
James Griffiths (Director of Episodes, Free Agents, Cuban Fury)
 
"LetLuce are very funny, they have an instinctive sense of comedy pitch"
Steve Bendelack (Director of French & Saunders, Little Britain, League of Gentlemen)

Stage

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

LetLuce: Sea Men (A Naval Tale)

Captain / Fish

Soho Theatre

LetLuce: Sea Men (A Naval Tale)

Captain / Fish

Just the Tonic at The Caves