Chris has established himself as one of the UK's leading comedy coaches and has fifteen years experience as a director of live comedy. Practically every night of the week there is a comedian on stage somewhere putting his ideas, direction and training into practice. Chris' directing work has been seen in London, Amsterdam, Edinburgh Fringe, Melbourne Comedy Festival and more. Chris directed, script-edited and/or consulted on nine shows for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012. Alongside his core comedy work, he has developed a unique training programme to apply his methods in public speaking contexts. Clients have included BNP Paribas, Channel 4, Google and advertising agencies Lida and BBH. His coaching style is analytical, clear, warm and inspiring – and highly practical.
Uncover comedy devices and approaches to being funny. Deal with hecklers and learn how to get gigs. Put it all into practice in a live show. Plus industry expert career advice from Geoff Whiting and open...more
Come on your own or with existing comedy collaborators and write and record radio sketches. Meet other writers, develop your sketch writing skills and write and perform for a radio recording. You will...more
Duration: 7 weeks