“Luke, June the sixteenth be with you,” writes man, as month-and-twelve-day delay weakens pun.

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This Thursday, why not join GTI in celebrating/commiserating/being indifferent to a first/another England win/draw/defeat against Wales/Wales at the Euros, as we welcome/reject/are indifferent to/with/at this week’s guest, Luke Sorba.

Thursday 16th June | 8.30pm | The Wheatsheaf, 25 Rathbone Place, London. W1T 1JB.
TUBES: Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Circus & Goodge Street |
MAP: click here.

£5.50 online at www.grandtheftimpro.com/tickets or £7 on the door.

Luke Sorba was a founder member – with GTI’s Phil – of Spontaneous Combustion which toured theatres, comedy clubs and colleges throughout the nineties and took four triumphantly varied narrative impro formats to the Edinburgh Festival. He’s appeared on BBC Radio Impro shows, You Asked For It and Parodies Lost while, on TV, he was in shows ranging from Richard Hammond’s Secret Service to Brasseye. He’s appeared with the Comedy Store Players and Paul Merton’s Impro Chums.