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Luke will next be seen on screen in Don’t Go, which will open in cinemas in Ireland in September.
Theatre includes Moving by Hugh Leonard, Drama At Inish by Lennox Robinson, On The Outside by Tom Murphy and Made In China by Mark O’Rowe all at the Abbey. Borstal Boy by Brendan Behan , Juno And The Paycock by Sean O’Casey at the Gaiety. The Lieutenant Of Inishmore by Martin McDonagh in the Garrick London. DogShow:Shep and Dogshow: Fido by Garrett Keogh and Setanta Murphy Part One also by Garrett Keogh.
Television and films include two seasons of The Clinic, Pure Mule for RTE , Band Of Brothers for HBO, Speed Dating, The Disappearance of Finbar Samson Films, The Nephew for Irish Dreamtime, Borstal Boy for Hells Kitchen, The Alarms: A Story in Words and Dublin in Pieces for i-Wire Films.
Luke recently appears in The Mario Rosenstock Show on RTE2.
Luke appeared in Rank a new play by Robert Massey and directed by Jim Culleton for Fishamble Theatre Company for Dublin Theatre Festival and in a critically acclaimed transfer to the Tricycle Theatre, London. He recently appeared in Setanta Murphy written and directed by Garrett Keogh at the New Theatre, Dublin. Luke recently appeared in The Big Fellah by Richard Bean, directed by Max Stafford-Clarke for Out Of Joint at the Gaiety Theatre Dublin and on tour. He appeared in A Dish of Tea with Dr. Johnson directed by Max Stafford-Clarke at the Arts Theatre in London’s West End. Luke recently appeared as Sim in Desire Under The Elms directed by Annie Ryan for Corn Exchange in the Dublin Theatre Festival.