Dylan has been performing, teaching and directing improvised theatre and comedy for more than 20 years. As well as co-founding GTI, he’s the co-creator of Olivier-award winning Showstopper! The Improvised Musical and is a member of the ‘hard bardics’ improvised theatre troupe founded by Ken Campbell, The School of Night.
He appears regularly in London’s glittering West End, has performed at The National Theatre, The Royal Court, The Bristol Old Vic and many times at the Edinburgh Fringe; he has performed for various TV and radio programmes and hosted the BBC Radio 4 series of Showstopper! The Improvised Musical.
He primarily trained under Alan Marriott and Ken Campbell.
You can find him on Twitter @dylanemery
Phil has his own Radio 4 sitcom, My First Planet. Other TV and radio credits include Stupid (BBC1), The Infinite Monkey Cage (R4) with his sketch group Pros from Dover, BBC2’s It’s Kevin, The Day the Music Died (R2), Brasseye (C4), cult internet show KateModern & impro pilots, Gibberish for Celador TV & Altered Egos for Radio 4.
His writing includes The 11 O’Clock Show, The Big Breakfast, 2DTV, Armstrong and Miller, The Live Floor Show, Velvet Soup, TV to Go, The Now Show & The Jason Byrne Show.
Charlotte is a character actress & BBC documentary-maker. An accomplished improviser, she is one of the cast of Chortle Award-winning show Austentatious: An Improvised Jane Austen Novel; she is also one half of improvised duo Folie à Deux & performs regularly as part of Monkey Toast & The Bishop. Her guest appearances include Marcus Brigstocke’s Unavailable for Comment, Suki Webster’s Guest Speaker & Ross Noble’s An Evening of Improvisation with Special Guests.
Grand Theft Impro Alumni
Alan Marriot, Drew Leavy, Lesley Albiston, Duncan Foster, Cariad Lloyd
Previous guest players
Andrew Hunter Murray
Chris Harvey John
Jimmy James Eaton
Matt Alden Dykes
Paul ‘Silky’ White
Previous guest musicians
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