Superbard is George Lewkowicz, a London based storyteller, writer and performer.

George has been performing his multimedia shows as Superbard since 2010, and has quickly gain excellent reviews and a reputation on the spoken word scene, appearing on Newsnight, Radio 4 and The Jeremy Vine Show and touring the UK.

His unique blend of storytelling with self-composed music and video has sat well supporting comedians like Frisky and Mannish and Tom Rosenthal, as well as spoken word artists like Dizraeli and Rachel Rose Reid.

George is the creative director of Tea Fuelled, a London-based arts company, that has had several short films and plays produced. He has also had short films produced with NativeStar and has been published in several online journals and The Mechanics Institute Review 7.

In early 2011 he was made the resident storyteller at The Brockley Jack Studio Theatre.

The Flood is Superbard's debut interactive eBook featuring illustrations and stories set to music. It will expand according to reader's suggestions. He will also be performing stories from The Flood, including stories that are suitable for live performance only, at Underbelly at the Edinburgh Fringe. His previous shows include Superbard Starts to Save the World, Superbard and the Sexy Quantum Stories, and Superbard.

As well as his work as Superbard, George specialises in directing writer-performer shows including: Lucy Ayrton: Lullabies to Make Your Chilldren Cry, 'brilliantly subversive' The Scotsman Jack Heal's Murderthon, 'ecstatically funny' Broadway Baby, Jack and Nikki: Killing Machines 'ridiculous' ThreeWeeks.

He is available to hire for screenplay writing and review, composition, performance and workshops.