Luke Sorba has been Director of Improvisation at The Comedy School for a decade and a partner in Punch It Up Creative Consultancy for 15 years. As a comedy teacher, his improvisation teaching began at Oval House in 1989 and has since taken him from Barbados to Bangkok, Miami to Munich, Dublin to Dubai. He has taught scores of workshops on behalf of D&AD who represent the global design and advertising community as well as countless other businesses.
He has also coached several improv companies and is as adept at short form and long form, as expert with beginners and with advanced students. He has performed improvised comedy at international festivals in the USA, Canada and the USA; on stage (including the National Theatre, the Globe and the Barbican) and on TV and on Radio. His on-stage improvisation collaborators range from Paul Merton, Greg Proops, Eddie Izzard, Marcus Brigstocke and Ross Noble to Pippa Evans, Ruth Bratt and Cariad Lloyd to the cast of Neighbours.
Luke is also a stand-up comedian, actor and writer of Radio and TV sitcoms. Luke also teaches Storytelling, Comedy Writing, and Creative Thinking.