Luke Sorba and Pippa Evans – Effective Communication Through Improvisation

Luke & Pippa will present an entertaining and interactive demonstration of the ingredients of communication that lead not only to hugely impressive improvisation but also facilitate open thinking and creative choices.

Their presentation will include off-stage participation – the audience calling out suggestions for the improvisers to incorporate; plus on-stage volunteers inter-acting with the improvisers in a safe and simple way e.g. physically moving them at random, contributing spontaneous single words.

There is no expectation or need for the volunteers to be funny!

Luke SorbaLUKE SORBA is an internationally experienced comedian, writer and facilitator who has performed and led improvisation workshops all over the UK and Europe as well as USA, Canada, Australia, Thailand, the Caribbean and the Middle East. In the last 12 months he has performed improvisation in shows alongside Paul Merton, Marcus Brigstocke, Ross Noble and Richard Hammond. His corporate clients vary from Pupil Referral Units and Psychiatric patients to Microsoft, Tesco, Barclays, GSK, EE, 20th Century Fox, Sky, BBC, J Walter Thompson, Radio Advertising Bureau etc. He is a founder member of Spontaneous Combustion and Head of Improvisation at The Comedy School.

Luke also runs twice monthly improvisation clubs in Camden, London. More details of these can be found here:

Pippa Evans

PIPPA EVANS is an award-winning comedienne (as herself and as Loretta Maine) and improviser. She is a member of acclaimed musical improv troupe Showstopper!, is a regular on BBC Radio 4’s NewsJack and The Now Show and starred in BBC 2’s improvised comedy show “Fast and Loose.” She co-created “The Sunday Assembly” and was described by The Independent as “one of the most talented performers at Edinburgh this year.”