Luke Jeffery – Writer/Director
Luke has previously written several plays, including Breathe With Me (Hall for Cornwall) and Sanctuary (Theatre Royal Plymouth), and in 2015 he co-created Granny Eyeball, a family show which received funding from Arts Council England.
In 2014 he wrote and directed Seeing Red, a short film set in the 1960s, which won the audience choice award at the Two Short Nights film festival and was a finalist for Shooting People’s Film of the Month competition.
He is currently working on Hell’s Bells, a psychological thriller about Morris dancing, as part of Creative England and the BFI NET.WORK’s iShorts scheme for emerging filmmakers.
Other experience includes working as a tour guide in a haunted cave, dressing up as a badger, and a brief appearance on ITV’s Poirot.
“A thing of beauty, ingenuity and complexity. Hypnotic and smooth as silk.”Ex-girlfriend
“Elitist, pretentious and utterly daft.”Tricia Slater, Twitter
Following the adventures of the UK’s most unpleasant pensioner and featuring singing dinner ladies, thrilling heists and white knuckle car chases, Wandering Tiger’s latest stage show is set to delight audiences young and old!
A straight-laced wedding photographer is prescribed LSD in a misguided attempt to cure his colour blindness.
Produced as part of the Devon Short Film Commission Scheme. Seeing Red won the Audience Award at the Exeter Phoenix’s Two Short Nights film festival 2014 and was a finalist for Shooting People’s Film of the Month competition (September 2015).
The film was screened at Glastonbury Festival in the Groovy Movie Picture House in July 2016.
Marooned in the dressing room of a provincial theatre, washed up silent film star Clarke Andrews prepares his solo rendition of The Tempest. As he begins to lose himself in Shakespeare’s verse the dressing room dissolves, revealing his memories, dreams, hopes and fears in the form of silent film.
1) Refuge or safety from pursuit, persecution or other danger.
2) Nature reserve, zoo, wildlife park.
An original piece of theatre devised, written and performed for the launch of the Theatre Royal Plymouth’s newly built perfomance space – The Lab.
Abandoned and cut off from the outside world, a compulsive tea drinker and her narcissistic counterpart find solace in half-remembered conversations and old routines.