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Thursday 21 September 2023
12:30pm - 14:00pm
STEAMhouse, Belmont Works, Cardigan St, Birmingham B4 7RQ Cardigan Street Birmingham B4 7RQ
Unleash Your Business Potential with Comedy: Ignite Creativity, Collaboration, and Confidence!
Thursday 21st September – 12:30 – 2pm
Are you ready to revolutionise the way you approach business challenges? Join us for an exhilarating workshop where comedy improvisation meets the world of business.
Join us with Luke Sorba from The Comedy School and discover how the power of laughter and spontaneity can unlock your team’s creativity, enhance business collaborations, and boost confident communication.
By creating a workplace culture that values and encourages laughter, you can foster a more engaging, connected, and productive environment for everyone involved.
In this one-of-a-kind event, facilitated by The Comedy School’s experienced comedy experts, you’ll embark on a journey of self-discovery and skill-building. You’ll learn valuable techniques to push the boundaries within your creative genius and develop the confidence to tackle any business situation with flair.
Don’t miss this opportunity to review your business approach by being productive but having a laugh along the way! Whether you’re a business leader, team member or aspiring entrepreneur, this workshop will equip you with the tools to navigate challenges with creativity, collaboration and unwavering confidence.
Why should I attend?
Our comedy workshop will encourage teamwork, collaboration, and creativity, highly relevant for SMEs that often rely on small, closely-knit teams to achieve their goals. The interactive nature of comedy can also create a fun and engaging atmosphere, fostering networking opportunities and team bonding among attendees. We believe this interactive and skill-focused event can provide greater value for their investment.
About the Facilitator
Luke Sorba is an improviser, writer, actor and expert facilitator with three decades of international experience in comedy, performing all over the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, South Africa and the Caribbean as well as at the National Theatre and The Globe in London. For BBC Radio 4 he hosted the improvised comedy panel game You Asked for It, wrote and starred in the sitcom The World as We Know It, and co-wrote and starred in two seasons of Losers.
On BBC 1 he performed in four seasons of Confessions, starred in two season of children’s sitcom Monster TV and was a regular in Richard Hammond’s Secret Service. He also wrote for the BBC TV sitcom Mad About Alice and was in Brass Eye on Channel 4.
As a workshop facilitator and teacher Luke has travelled from Dublin to Dubai, Miami to Munich, Malaga to Helsinki, Bangkok to Beirut. Clients have varied from RADA and 20th Century Fox, Barclays Bank and Google, EE and Microsoft, WPP and Dentsu as well as widely across the public sector including schools, universities, NHS, DCMS, and the Ministry of Justice.
Luke has devised multiple improvisation shows recently including The Improvasprint, and Props & Costumes as well as his online show Unmute. He has guested with The Comedy Store Players and with Paul Merton’s Impro Chums and he currently hosts the podcast The Movies That Made Me.