The opportunities I missed out on because I ran away rather than ask for help were building up and life really was starting to pass me by
Lucy is a London based writer/storyteller/actress/comedy promoter/Jill of all trades specialising in telling true stories about human experience! As a writer Lucy's work has appeared in The List, Huffington Post, WhatsOnStage, The Gay Stage, The Reviews Hub and Camden New Journal. Her debut play 'Rachael's Cafe' opened at Edinburgh Fringe before touring to Dublin and Brighton and ending with a three week run at the Old Red Lion Theatre in London. Her second play 'Lost in Thought', about her experiences living with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, opens at the Underbelly at the Edinburgh Fringe this August. She has performed as a storyteller at Spark London, Magnet Theater NYC and The Moth. She's also the artistic director of Camden Comedy Club, programming shows seven days a week, and the co-creator of comedy format shows 'Stand Up & Slam!' and 'Christopher Bliss' Literary Salon'.
It might seem ridiculous to some people, but Mabel’s presence has already been life-changing for me
27/07/2018 13:48 BST
Whether or not Hunter was within his rights to say those jokes or whether the audience members were within their rights to complain, one thing occurred to me. They weren't even on the same page.
27/07/2015 10:46 BST
The idea of what's acceptable to say onstage or in any other public arena, particularly in the name of comedy, is unclear. The public consensus seems to constantly waver between a belief in free speech for all and being as politically correct as humanly possible.
21/07/2015 11:13 BST