Luke Wright is a poet and theatre-maker. His poetry stage shows have toured the world and played sold-out runs in London and Edinburgh. He is a regular contributor to BBC Radio and his verse documentary on Channel 4 was nominated for a Grierson Award. He has two collections of poems, Mondeo ManandThe Toll. His debut verse play, What I Learned from Johnny Bevan, won The Scotsman Fringe First Award, The Saboteur Award for best show, and The Stage Award for Acting Excellence. He has two other verse playsFrankie Vah and The Remains of Logan Dankworth(winner Saboteur Award for best show, 2020) published by Penned in the Margins. A double album of his poems, Twenty, was released on the Nymphs & Thugs label in 2019 to celebrate 20 years of performing. He is a regular tour support for John Cooper Clarke and The Libertines.