Steve Bond


Steve trained in acting at Westminster Kingsway College and learned improv at the Spontaneity Shop. He has taught improv workshops for the London School of Economics Drama Society since 2011, as well as using applied improvisation in workshops with LSE staff and students. He has performed short-form improv shows with Spontaneity Shop, has hosted the LSE Improv Show each year since 2012, and co-founded the improv group Agents Improvocateurs.

As an actor he has played lead roles in a number of plays including Roy in Looking For Normal (Network Theatre 2014), Heisenberg in Copenhagen (Edinburgh Fringe 2008), and Macbeth (LSE 2006). Directorial credits include My Fair Lady (LSE 2010) and Silence (LSE 2006). His own play The Abduction Of Elizabeth Canning was performed at LSE in 2010, and he has also written and performed for sketch group Goes Well With Cheese, performing their show Zinfandel at the Camden Fringe 2012.