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Lucy Peacock

Singer/Soprano

06th August 2013. at 11:25

Lucy Peacock

Soprano & Actress

Nutty for Novello

I recieved the most wonderful letter from a member of the audience from the 'Afternoon With Ivor Novello' at Buxton. It means alot to know that you have transported them back to a special memory! "I have been going to Buxton Festival for 20years..The rendition of 'We'll Gather Lilacs' is the best and most enjoyable i have heard"

19th April 2013. at 14:12

Lucy Peacock

Soprano & Actress

Othello Review

Lucy Peacock’s Desdemona is equally captivating, aided greatly by her alternate career as lyrical soprano: ‘She had a song of ‘willow’’ and my, she sang it well. Perhaps the most beautiful scene in the production is defined by Peacock’s musical lament, creating a true ‘pin-drop’ atmosphere amongst the audience. http://www.thelanterntheatre.co.uk/news/alecia-marshall-reviews-othello/

23rd April 2013. at 15:15

Lucy Peacock

Thank-you.... it has been recorded so hopefully it will come out ok and you can have a watch!! :)

19th April 2013. at 14:15

Pirkko Virtanen

Fantastic to get such reviews from so many sources; really sorry I missed it. Any clips?

14th April 2013. at 18:54

Lucy Peacock

Soprano & Actress

Othello Reviews cont...

"This is a brave, pared down production of Shakespeare’s classic tale of jealousy, betrayal and tragedy. It seemed fitting that it took place in such a studio space with the minimal of props allowing the focus to be on the power of the actors’ performances. And boy were they were powerful.......Sweet Desdemona was played by Lucy Peacock, who was convincing and cast well...The performances were all mesmerising and strong" Helen Carter