Lucy McCormick

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Assistant: Cat Palethorpe
Assistant: Isaac Storm

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Assistant: Isaac Storm

Acting

Lucy is a talented actor/writer/performer, who has received several Offie nominations.She will be taking her show POST POPULAR to the Edinburgh Festival this August. Buy tickets HERE.

She will soon be seen in Universal's FAST AND FURIOUS: HOBBS & SHAW and Sky's PEACOCK, opposite Dominic Cooper. In 2017, she won the Best Performer award at the Dublin Fringe Festival and was nominated for the Award for an Emerging Artist at the Total Theatre Awards in Edinburgh. 

Her hit show TRIPLE THREAT took the Edinburgh Fringe by storm and had several sell-out runs at the Soho Theatre before travelling around the globe. TRIPLE THREAT showed post-popular prodigy Lucy McCormick and her Girl Squad presenting a provocative, subversive cabaret retelling of the greatest story of all time. Lucy received a nomination for the TBC Award at the 2018 Off West End (Offie) Awards for TRIPLE THREAT.

Reviews for Lucy's TRIPLE THREAT:

'A filthy and utterly hilarious New Wave Testament by the smart and fearless Lucy McCormick' ✭✭✭✭ The Stage

'One of the most extraordinary and extreme performers on the Fringe' ✭✭✭✭ The Scotsman

'Lucy McCormick makes her solo debut with what is either the best or the worst show at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe – or probably more accurately, both at the same time' ✭✭✭✭✭ Time Out

Lucy recently recieved rave reviews for The Gate/ENO’s production of EFFIGIES OF WICKEDNESS:

“McCormick’s rendition of Brecht and Eisler’s Paragraph 218 (Abortion is Illegal) . . . is devastating. The show is at once a wild pleasure, and deadly serious. With our world continuing to whirl in its own insanity, what better time to come to the cabaret?” ★★★★ The Stage

“ Lucy McCormick is hilarious . . . Another of these cabarets soon, please.” ★★★★ The Independent

“Lucy McCormick injects notes of manic provocation . . . Ellen McDougall’s deliberately chaotic staging is funny and surprising.” ★★★★ Evening Standard

“The real USP of this show seems to be to serve as a vehicle for its four terrific performers – and they really are superb.” ★★★★ Time Out

“There are astonishing numbers here . . . laughs come from the exuberantly self-debunking Lucy McCormick.” ★★★★ The Times

“In the best traditions of subversion – and inclusion – it tramples down barriers,” ★★★★ The Observer

“Actress Lucy McCormick’s rendition of Hollaender’s “Sex Appeal” is unexpectedly devastating.” ★★★★ The Arts Desk

She played a lead role in Jen Silverman's play COLLECTIVE RAGE at the Southwark Playhouse in early 2018 and received an Offie nomination for Best Female for her portrayal of Bettie. The play itself was also nominated for an Offie and received some great write-ups:

‘Beautifully absurd, extremely funny and self-referential… Unapologetically feminist and queer…’ ★★★★ The Stage

‘Beautifully crafted to deconstruct the society in which it exists… admirably fierce and triumphantly queer.’ ★★★★★ London Theatre 1

‘It’s a glorious, rollicking riot of a play which pushes absurdity to the limit – but never at the cost of its soppy human heart.’ ★★★★ The Arts Desk 

Lucy played the lead role in the Soho Theatre's production, ROLLER DINER, in May and June of 2017. The show received rave reviews, with Upcoming calling it a “classic like Rocky Horror”. 

In 2017 Lucy won the TV Bomb Groundbreaker Award, was announced as an Artist in Residence for the Royal Vauxhall Tavern’s DUCKIE nights, and became a Research Fellow in the Department of English Drama at Queen Mary University London.

Further reviews for Lucy:

'Lucy McCormick has the moves of Beyonce, the lungs of Christina Aguilera and the morals of a punk iconoclast... As a comedian she is fearless. As a performer she is reckless... She is one of the most extraordinary and extreme performers on the Fringe' - The Scotsman

'A boundary-pulverising event... Fantastically entertaining' - The Guardian

'Shocking, hilarious and profound' - Exeunt

‘Joyously depraved.’ - Time Out

‘Triple Threat is a minor miracle.’ -  WhatsOnStage

‘A phenomenally watchable performer. With McCormick, anything is a possibility. She floats on the present moment, and there’s no knowing how far she’ll go.’ - Matt Trueman

Television

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

PEACOCK (Pilot)

Tina

Steve Stamp & Ben Murray

Big Talk / Sky

LIVE AT TELEVISION CENTRE

Dobby/Tess

Richard DeDomenici/Johnathan Haswell

BBC Four

Film

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

DANNY THE NANNY

LA Waitress

David Leitch

Universal

EXHIBITION OF A FILM

Girl 1

Tim Etchells

Mathieu Copeland

Stage

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

DEAR ELIZABETH

Ellen McDougall

Gate Theatre

EFFIGIES OF WICKEDNESS

Performer

Ellen McDougall

Gate Theatre/English National Opera

COLLECTIVE RAGE

Betty

Charlie Parham

Southwark Playhouse

ROLLER DINER

Marika

Steve Marmion

Soho Theatre

CINDERELLA

Dandini

Steve marmion

Oxford Playhouse

THE NAKED TRUTH

Rita

Lisa Riley

National Tour

FIRST LOVE IS THE REVOLUTION

Gustina/Gemma

Steve Marmion

Soho Theatre

SPLAT!

Angel

Lauren Barri-Holstein

Barbican Centre London

VIOLENT INCIENT

Women

Tim Etchells

Arnolfini Bristol

DUSA, FISH, STAS & VI

Violet

Poppy Burton-Morgan

Worksworth Festival

AS YOU LIKE IT

Phoebe

Poppy Burton-Morgan

Worksworth Festival/Jagged Fence Productions

THE HOUSE OF BERNADA ALBA

Martirio

Philp Weaver

Tristan Bates Theatre

THE CHRILDEN'S HOUR

Martha

Lucy Skilbeck

E15

LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST

Holofernes

Sion Scardifield

E15

THREE SISTERS

Masha

Chris Meads

E15

Comedy

Lucy is a talented actor/writer/performer, who has received several Offie nominations.She will be taking her show POST POPULAR to the Edinburgh Festival this August. Buy tickets HERE.

She will soon be seen in Universal's FAST AND FURIOUS: HOBBS & SHAW and Sky's PEACOCK, opposite Dominic Cooper. In 2017, she won the Best Performer award at the Dublin Fringe Festival and was nominated for the Award for an Emerging Artist at the Total Theatre Awards in Edinburgh. 

Her hit show TRIPLE THREAT took the Edinburgh Fringe by storm and had several sell-out runs at the Soho Theatre before travelling around the globe. TRIPLE THREAT showed post-popular prodigy Lucy McCormick and her Girl Squad presenting a provocative, subversive cabaret retelling of the greatest story of all time. Lucy received a nomination for the TBC Award at the 2018 Off West End (Offie) Awards for TRIPLE THREAT.

Reviews for Lucy's TRIPLE THREAT:

'A filthy and utterly hilarious New Wave Testament by the smart and fearless Lucy McCormick' ✭✭✭✭ The Stage

'One of the most extraordinary and extreme performers on the Fringe' ✭✭✭✭ The Scotsman

'Lucy McCormick makes her solo debut with what is either the best or the worst show at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe – or probably more accurately, both at the same time' ✭✭✭✭✭ Time Out

Lucy recently recieved rave reviews for The Gate/ENO’s production of EFFIGIES OF WICKEDNESS:

“McCormick’s rendition of Brecht and Eisler’s Paragraph 218 (Abortion is Illegal) . . . is devastating. The show is at once a wild pleasure, and deadly serious. With our world continuing to whirl in its own insanity, what better time to come to the cabaret?” ★★★★ The Stage

“ Lucy McCormick is hilarious . . . Another of these cabarets soon, please.” ★★★★ The Independent

“Lucy McCormick injects notes of manic provocation . . . Ellen McDougall’s deliberately chaotic staging is funny and surprising.” ★★★★ Evening Standard

“The real USP of this show seems to be to serve as a vehicle for its four terrific performers – and they really are superb.” ★★★★ Time Out

“There are astonishing numbers here . . . laughs come from the exuberantly self-debunking Lucy McCormick.” ★★★★ The Times

“In the best traditions of subversion – and inclusion – it tramples down barriers,” ★★★★ The Observer

“Actress Lucy McCormick’s rendition of Hollaender’s “Sex Appeal” is unexpectedly devastating.” ★★★★ The Arts Desk

She played a lead role in Jen Silverman's play COLLECTIVE RAGE at the Southwark Playhouse in early 2018 and received an Offie nomination for Best Female for her portrayal of Bettie. The play itself was also nominated for an Offie and received some great write-ups:

‘Beautifully absurd, extremely funny and self-referential… Unapologetically feminist and queer…’ ★★★★ The Stage

‘Beautifully crafted to deconstruct the society in which it exists… admirably fierce and triumphantly queer.’ ★★★★★ London Theatre 1

‘It’s a glorious, rollicking riot of a play which pushes absurdity to the limit – but never at the cost of its soppy human heart.’ ★★★★ The Arts Desk 

Lucy played the lead role in the Soho Theatre's production, ROLLER DINER, in May and June of 2017. The show received rave reviews, with Upcoming calling it a “classic like Rocky Horror”. 

In 2017 Lucy won the TV Bomb Groundbreaker Award, was announced as an Artist in Residence for the Royal Vauxhall Tavern’s DUCKIE nights, and became a Research Fellow in the Department of English Drama at Queen Mary University London.

Further reviews for Lucy:

'Lucy McCormick has the moves of Beyonce, the lungs of Christina Aguilera and the morals of a punk iconoclast... As a comedian she is fearless. As a performer she is reckless... She is one of the most extraordinary and extreme performers on the Fringe' - The Scotsman

'A boundary-pulverising event... Fantastically entertaining' - The Guardian

'Shocking, hilarious and profound' - Exeunt

‘Joyously depraved.’ - Time Out

‘Triple Threat is a minor miracle.’ -  WhatsOnStage

‘A phenomenally watchable performer. With McCormick, anything is a possibility. She floats on the present moment, and there’s no knowing how far she’ll go.’ - Matt Trueman

Stage

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

TRIPLE THREAT

Lucy

Ursula Martinez

Soho Theatre

NUMBER 1

Lucy

Hester Chillingworth

The Plaza, Soho Theatre and National Tour

BIG HITS

Lucy

Hester Chillingworth

Almeida Theatre, UK & International Tour

BIG HITS

Lucy

Hester Chillingworth

Soho Theatre, UK & International Tour

EXTENAL

Lucy

Hester Chillingworth

National Theatre/Soho Theatre and UK Tour