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Lisa Hammond & Rachael Spence

Lisa Hammond & Rachael Spence

Lisa and Rachael are a writing  partnership who work across television, theatre and community performance projects. 

Long-time friends, their joint television writing credits include three episodes of  Lowdown (a Channel 4  Comedy Blap, with Retort). Their theatre work includes  Still No Idea (Improbable and Royal Court Theatre); Old Street New Street (Shoreditch Town Hall and Kuntstraum); Wolfgang and the Princess (Barbican Pit Lab); Helena and Hermia (RSC Studio); and No Idea (Improbable and the Young Vic). In 2018, they were commissioned by the Globe Theatre to create a segment for its Dark Night of the Soul anthology event, entitled  Souled Out

Most recently, the pair co-wrote and performed the show Some Old Street, with writer and director Kirsty Housley and writer Annie Siddons. Part-theatre, part-sketch show, it ran for a month in 2022 at the Hampstead Theatre, in association with Theatre Deli. 

As well as writing, both also have successful acting careers. Lisa has appeared in  Bleak House (BBC), EastEnders  (BBC), I Hate Suzie (Bad Wolf/Sky Atlantic),  Psychoville (BBC), Smothered (Roughcut Television), Vera  (ITV) and Young Wallander (Yellow Bird/Netflix), and has voiced Anna Spud in more than 80 episodes of The Rubbish World of Dave Spud (Illuminated Film Company/CITV/ITVX). Meanwhile, Rachael has featured in the BAFTA-winning feature The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies  (Carnival Productions Ltd/ITV), as well as episodes of Casualty (BBC Cymru Wales/BBC), Doctors (BBC) and Lowdown (Retort/Channel 4). Both have multiple theatre performance credits, too. 

Together, the pair have set up their own production company, Bunny. 

Lisa Hammond agent: Angel and Francis Ltd
Rachael Spence agent: Claire Hoath Management