Luke Stephen: Peace, Love and Not Understanding

  • Stand-up
  • 11:15pm (1 hour)
  • 8-17 & 19-29 Aug 2015
  • Cowgatehead
  • Free
Luke Stephen: Peace, Love and Not Understanding. Luke Stephen.

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Stand-up show starring Luke Stephen performed on the following days in August 2015...

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Love, life, and the Lord. These are the main topics to be addressed by Luke Stephen in the return of his acclaimed debut show Peace, Love and Not Understanding. Throughout his twenties Luke was worried he wouldn't achieve his 'things to do before I'm 30' list, and now he's past that milestone, he's never been so sure. Surrounded by baby photos and friends' proposals, Luke questions where it's all going wrong, and can't help but blame himself. **** (Everything-Theatre.co.uk).

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Love, Life, and the Lord. These are the main topics to be addressed by Luke Stephen in his highly anticipated debut show Peace, Love and Not Understanding.

Throughout his twenties Luke was worried he wouldn't achieve his "Things to do before I'm 30 list", and now he's past that milestone, he's never been so sure. Surrounded by baby photos and friend's proposals, Luke questions where it's all going wrong, and can't help but blame himself.

Peace, Love and Not Understanding is a show that will appeal to anyone who hasn't worked out what they want to do with their life, or got to where they thought they were going. Or those that have, and want to see what could have happened. With tragic tales from the dating world he cannot escape from; where the women are too smart to accommodate him, or too shallow to even care - combined with his own bizarre logic, Luke Stephen himself is a wonder to behold.

"I agree with others that we perhaps are all part of a great plan" says Luke. "I'm just not sure that plans working out all that great. For me anyway."

Luke Stephen first started as a playwright in 2003. By 2004 his play The Final Days of Simon Bacon received rave reviews and had a successful three-night sell out run at the Palace Theatre in Southend, Essex.

In 2007 he turned to stand-up. In the following years he was a semi-finalist at the 'Laughing Horse New Act of the Year', and finalist at 'Comedy Café New Act of the Year'. Since then Luke has been giving a fresh view on the world that surrounds him culminating in a debut show that is surely one not to be missed.

He is currently filming the pilot for his sitcom The Other Side of Summer which is due to be released next year.