Ten plays Luke would like to see again



Plays Luke would like to see again...

We have been on the Pimlico Road for a decade, and we are celebrating with our anniversary collection Ten from Ten, 10 rugs from 10 years, and looking at some of the team's 'top tens'. Here are ten plays Luke would like to see again. He says 'It depends on the production of course but when it is good these plays sear into your consciousness."

  1. Hamlet
  2. Merchant of Venice
  3. King Lear
  4. Henry IV by Luigi Pirandello
  5. Jerusalem by Jez Butterworth
  6. Borstal Boy by Brendan Behan
  7. Translations by Brian Friel
  8. Arcadia by Tom Stoppard
  9. Tartuffe by Moliere
  10. The House of Bernardo Alba by Lorca

David Tennant as Hamlet in Gregory Doran's 2008 production Photo by Ellie Kurttz © RSC

Henry IV by Luigi Pirandello Translated by Tom Stoppard

Borstal Boy Brendan Behan

Tartuffe by Moliere

David Leveaux’s West End revival of Stoppard’s Arcadia

Merchant of Venice directed by Rupert Gould starring Patrick Stewart

The House of Bernado Alba by Lorca at The Citizens Theatre Glasgow 2018

Translations by Brian Friel at The National Theatre 2018

Jerusalem by Jez Butterworth starring Mark Rylance at The Royal Court (2008)

Simon Russell Beale as King Lear The National 2014


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