Lucy Pearman

Review: Please Help, BBC Three/iPlayer

You might recognise Lucy Pearman from her work with Spencer Jones in The Mind of Herbert Clunkerdunk and Mister Winner. Or you might not. You might even have seen her at the Edinburgh Fringe where she has picked up award nominations and plaudits for her inventive, oddball shows. If you've seen her anywhere you will know that she has a distinctive, decidedly left-field sense of humour and is fond of an imaginative flight of fancy. If you like that sort of thing do watch Please Help.


New BBC Comedy From Lucy Pearman

Please Help Me is a brand new Comedy Threesome made by Tiger Aspect Comedy (part of Banijay UK) and written by and starring Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee Lucy Pearman, is coming to BBC Three.


Edinburgh Fringe Review 2019 – Lucy Pearman, Baggage, Monkey Barrel

Two years ago Lucy Pearman won a Best Newcomer nomination for her delightful absurdist fable Maid of Cabbage.

Her new show is set in the security area of an airport – which has incredibly stringent rules about what can pass onto the airplane.

Pearman appears, crammed into a suitcase and must divest herself of various items of clothing in order to pass through the barrier. 


Interview: Co-Star Lucy Pearman on The Mind Of Herbert Clunkerdunk

Lucy Pearman plays Herbert’s wife Bobby Kindle in new comedy The Mind Of Herbert Clunkerdunk, following the success of the Bafta-nominated pilot for BBC Two last year.


Video: Joz Norris & Lucy Pearman in The Baby

Watch this short film entitled The Baby written, conceived by and starring comedians Joz Norris & Lucy Pearman.

A tiny new-born child makes demands on a mysterious woman in this black and white comic chiller which we think has a hint of David Lynch's Eraserhead about it.

The cast also features Eleanor Morton and Will Seaward.

It was directed & edited by Sam Nicoresti and lights & sound were by Lottie Bowater.

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Lucy Pearman, Monkey Barrel

Lucy Pearman picked up an Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nomination last year with the solo vegetable-based historical comedy Maid of Cabbage. Her latest show also has an edible theme. In Fruit Loops absurdist Pearman starts the show dressed as a bunch of grapes and later plays other characters including the lead role as a worm that heads to the Big Apple.


Edinburgh Fringe Review: Lucy Pearman, Heroes @ Monkey Barrel

2017 could go down at the Edinburgh Comedy Award’s year of the nutters. There have been nominations for oddball loon Spencer Brown and parrot-faced Elf Lyons in the Best Show category and in the Best Newcomer category egg-laying woman Natalie Palamides and Lucy Pearman, in which the Gaulier-train clown plays a wench in search of a husband, based on the quality of their cabbage.

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