Luke has been cast in an exciting new version of Shakespeare’s Henry V! Set during an outdoor lesson, can a group of A Level Students and their teachers come together to tell the story of King Henry and his battle against France?Luke will be playing The Bishop of Ely, The Dauphin and Fluellen. Find out […]
It’s the final week of Netflix & Chill at the Drayton Arms! The new dark comedy directed by Luke has received rave reviews and a Standing Ovation award nomination. See more here: https://lukeadamson330373529.wordpress.com/netflix-chill/
Luke is delighted to be directing Tom Stocks’s new play Netflix and Chill for a three week run at The Drayton Arms Theatre in February this year. The tickets are onsale now and available from: http://www.thedraytonarmstheatre.co.uk/netflix-and-chill
Luke and Toby Hampton’s radically reimagined production of this Oscar Wild classic was named as one of the top 9 plays of the year by the Review Chap!
The Ha-Hum-Ah Theatre production of Luke’s play Oh No It Isn’t! has scooped two awards including Best Comedy! https://cormacrichards.uk/articles/f/cormac-richards-theatre-awards-2019?fbclid=IwAR3TEb95FX6ftEzqT5v9aIrLb4HcYB8BK3hNWAVBaRZ4DOzKUQJu9MQIS0U
Luke has been confirmed as director for the research and development of Stephanie Silver’s new play The Last Supper. Inspired by the work of Alan Ayckbourn and Torben Betts, the play is a dark comedy that looks at how friendships are tested under pressure.