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Luke Pearce

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Meet the Team Quick Fire Questions:

 

Q: DO YOU HAVE A NICKNAME?

A: Not really. Some people use LP, some just Luke, but more often than not I’m called things I probably shouldn’t repeat here.

 

Q: WHAT’S THE ONE THING YOU CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT?

A: Water. (I know, I know, of course, that’s just silly. I just really love it, drink loads and loads)

 

Q: WORST FEAR?

A: I used to be scared of toads because of a dream I had where a toad ate me and carried me into the depths before digesting me underwater… But I’m over that now, toads aren’t that scary.
These days I’m scared of horses because those guys can genuinely mess you up.

 

Q: WHERE DO YOU MOST WANT TO TRAVEL, BUT HAVE NEVER BEEN?

A: Japan. It’s a culture I want to know more of, and completely different to our own. Its also the home of video games, anime, and ramen.

 

Q: WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE MOVIE?

A: Snatch

 

Q: WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE FOOD?

A: Love me a roast dinner with plenty of veg

 

Q: IF YOU COULD BE A SUPERHERO, WHAT SUPERPOWER WOULD YOU HAVE?

A: Leap tall buildings in a single bound.

 

Q: WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO IN YOUR SPARE TIME?

A: Go for walks, cook, play videogames and search the internet for dank memes

 

Q: WHAT HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO DO, BUT NEVER DONE?

A: Skyboard

 

Q: WHAT, IF ANYTHING, HAVE YOU EVER RE-GIFTED?

A: Find your own gifts, people!

 

Q: WHAT WAS THE WORST PUNISHMENT YOU RECEIVED AT SCHOOL?

A: When I moved over to Spain, I learnt Spanish in my first year at school, which was tough. I passed 7/10 classes that year. Unfortunately the school had a strict “only fail 2 or repeat the year” policy, so I had to do year 7 twice.

 

Q: IF YOU WERE A PIECE OF PREMIER EQUIPMENT, WHAT WOULD YOU BE AND WHY?

A: A 3.25T Bow shackle. Because I’m tough and hold the rig together whilst being pulled in three different directions.

Q: WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE 90’S SONG?

A: Backstreet Boys – Everybody

 

Q: WHAT’S THE BEST EVENT YOU’VE EVER WORKED ON AND WHY?

A: Back when I used to do local crew work in Portsmouth, Gorillaz toured through the venue as a practice run for their arena tour. The touring stage tech was one of the best educators I had ever met, had plenty of tricks up his sleeve. I learnt a lot of lessons on that one show, rules I still follow. and as I was part of the stopover crew, I got to watch the show too. Gorillaz had always been on my list, and I got paid to tick them off.

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