Lisa Harmer Showreel

SHOWREEL
Duration 07:24

 

Features clips from:

LADY WHAT DOES - SHORT FILM

THE FEUD - SHORT FILM

EASTENDERS - BBC1
THE BILL - ITV 

METROSEXUALITY - C4

SWEET DESERTS - FILM
 

CASUALTY BBC1

Duration 01.08

 

Lisa appeared in the BBC drama as a wedding celebrant.

METROSEXUALITY C4
Various Clips

Duration 01.45

 

The role of PEGGY in METROSEXUALITY was created for Lisa by writer and director Rikki Beadle-Blair.

 
 
 
Blue Smoke

Lady What Does... shaping 2020

Lisa co-stars with Sara Jordan in this 6 min dark comedy, also co-written by the duo. It is has been going down a storm at festivals nationwide and is currently being developed for a series.   Watch this space.  

January 2019 - How to sell a house with unwanted guests

What better way to start the year than rehearse in a freezing 8 bedroom house in St Leonards with a talented crew of performers, director and design team all to die for... to bring my immersive site-specific piece that Lisa wrote over Christmas.   PRICE ON APPLICATION teased Audiences with its playful humour as they were invited as prospective buyers to tour the house and learn of its hidden secrets... and chequered history.  With links to real local Murderer George Chapman who was a key Whitechapel Ripper suspect; soon the laughter turned to unease.   With a backdrop of inventive design by Margi Richardson and clever Direction from Leigh Shine - this Man in the Moon Theatre production sold out and received high acclaim.   

more on blog...

2015 saw Lisa appearing in the self-penned A Day In The Life Of A Woman, which was a sell-out at Hastings Fringe. 

 

engaging and thought provoking, entertaining and poignant, bitter and sweet  Hastings Online Times

 

 

 

She was also cast as May in The UK premiere of The McGowan Trilogy by Seamus Scanlon at Kino Teatr, in association with New York's Cell Theatre and directed by Kira Simring.

Lisa Harmer was mesmerising as the demented May McGowan

 

The Scorching Lisa Harmer

Fantastic performance by a brilliant cast

Hastings Times

 

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