Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London

Luke Halls Studio is a multi-disciplinary moving image design studio working within music, opera, theatre, art, dance and live performance.

Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London

The Nether – The Royal Court, London

Info & Credits

For the Royal Court production of Jennifer Haley’s The Nether, Headlong Theatre’s Artistic Director Jeremy Herrin approached Luke to work on the video design.

Winner of the 2012 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, The Nether is both an intricate crime drama and a haunting sci-fi thriller that explores the consequences of making dreams a reality. This new play follows an investigation into the complicated and disturbing morality of paedophilia in a digital world.

Director: Jeremy Herrin
Set Design: Es Devlin
Video Design: Luke Halls
Lighting design: Paul Plyant
Sound Design: Ian Dickinson
Composer: Nick Powell

Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London
Luke Halls Studio — The Nether – The Royal Court, London