Cool Hand Luke Tickets
“Wherever you go and what ever you do . Always play a real cool hand”
Beneath a scorching Florida sun, Boss Godfrey watches the chain gang. Keeps his eye on Cool Hand Luke. War hero, trouble-maker, inspiration to his fellow inmates. And just the man Boss wants to crush...
Starring Marc Warren (Hustle, Mad Dogs) as the charismatic rebel, Cool Hand Luke is the hard-hitting story of a true original. He'll play it real cool in the face of brutality. He'll always get back up after a beating. He'll eat fifty eggs in an hour, to win a bet. A man who won't conform no matter what it costs.
In a powerful new adaptation for the stage by Emma Reeves, based on Donn Pearce's acclaimed novel, and directed by Andrew Loudon Cool Hand Luke is the raw, uncompromising tale of sticking it to “The Man”.
Designed by Edward Lipscomb. Lighting by Matthew Eagland
The stage version of COOL HAND LUKE is being performed at the Aldwych Theatre, London. COOL HAND LUKE TICKETS on sale now.
Running time2 hours 15 min. Performance times: Monday to Saturday at 7.30pm and Thursday and Saturday at 3pm
Performance dates23 September 2011 to 19 November 2011
Discount for Cool Hand Luke tickets
2 FOR 1 Offer. Buy 2 tickets and get Top Price seats half price. Please note a £2.00 booking and transaction fee applies. Offer valid all performances until 19 November 2011
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11 Aug, 2011 | By London Theatre Direct
MARC WARREN TO STAR IN COOL HAND LUKE AT THE ALDWYCH
With Dirty Dancing going on a National Tour, the Aldwych Theatre will be home to a new play, an adaptation of Donn Pearce's novel Cool Hand Luke, famously adapted into the iconic 1967 film starring Paul Newman. Marc Warren currently on screen in Mad Dogs on Sky One is taking on the role with previews from 23rd September, officially opening on 3rd October.
10 Jun, 2011 | By London Theatre Direct