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The cast includes Ruth Bratt, Justin Brett, Dylan Emery, Pippa Evans, Susan Harrison, Sean Mc Cann, Adam Meggido, Philip Pellew, Andrew Pugsley, Oliver Senton, Lucy Trodd, and Sarah-Louise Young, with seven cast members appearing per performance plus a live on-stage band.
Pippa has performed live shows all over the world, including at the Melbourne Comedy Festival and Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and guests regularly with The Comedy Store Players.
Ruth has taught improvisation at LAMDA, GSA and The Bridge (where she also trained), and has run workshops in the UK, Italy and Austria.
She has performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the last 13 years, in plays (sometimes in lifts), double acts, impro shows, her one-woman show, Setting: A late-night sauna Married couple David and Maggie love their late-night sauna but not so much the peculiar couple David and Veronica.
For sheer madcappery, refreshingly wholesome, good-natured musical slapstick, this musical high-wire act is hard to beat.
since the beginning, performing most recently at The Pleasance Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Udderbelly Southbank, SOTA Singapore, Hong Kong Theatre for Performing Arts, Waterfront Hall Belfast and Theatre 140 Brussels.
@dylanemery Justin trained at the Central School of Speech & Drama. The first series was nominated for a BBC Audio Drama Award for best scripted comedy.
Aside from acting and improvisation (which he also coaches), he also performs as a comedian, and co-runs Duke’s Comedy Club. As an improviser she is a regular guest with The Comedy Store Players, 1/3 of Panthercannon and ½ of Dn R, and guested on .
and artistic director of Extempore, a company dedicated to innovation and improvisation.
He has improvised at The Royal National Theatre, The Royal Court Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, The Royal Albert Hall, Soho Theatre, for BBC television and radio, and in eleven countries worldwide.
From 2004-2013 he ran the , the UK’s first annual festival of horror theatre and Grand Guignol (Union Theatre, Southwark Playhouse and Soho Theatre).
The controversial event launched world premiers by writers including Mark Ravenhill, Neil La Bute, Anthony Neilson, April De Angelis, Jack Thorne and Lucy Kirkwood.
Future projects include a fully – improvised audience- interactive bi-lingual Divine Comedy in Italy (2016).