*Friday 13th/Covid analogy falls at first hurdle**
** as Olympic hurdling/failure of analogy analogy storms into lead***
*** in unwise doubling down of Olympic racing analogy****.
GTI will comprise…
Ruth Bratt– TV includes People Just Do Nothing, Ricky Gervais’s Derek, Mongrels, Vic Reeves’s The Ministry of Curious Stuff, Fast and Loose and Sky’s Cinderella: After Ever After. On the radio, she was Marion in BBC Radio 4’s Sarah Millican’s Support Groupand had her own BBC Radio 4 series, Trodd en Bratt: Well Done You. Ruth is in Olivier Award-winning West End, Edinburgh and Radio 4 hit, Showstopper.
Dylan Emery is co-founder of Olivier Award-winning West End, Edinburgh Festival and Radio 4 Impro Hit, Showstopper and Ken Campbell-inspired hard-bardics masterclass, the School of Night. Dylan’s Crunchy Frog Collective website brings all of the U.K.’s impro under One Worldwide Roof.
Sally Hodgkiss is an award-winning actor, writer and comedian. Her acting career has taken her to the Manchester Royal Exchange, Sheffield Crucible, Octagon Theatre Bolton and HOME among others. She’s been in Eastenders and in James Veitch’s Super Hyper Literal. She’s improvised with, among others, Whose Line is it Anyway? Live, The Comedy Store Players, Bumper Blyton and The Committee.
Phil Whelans – writer and performer of his own Radio 4 sitcom, My First Planet, founder member of Pros from Dover – with whom he did two series of Radio 4’s The Infinite Monkey Cage. Phil has worked with everyone from Joan Rivers to Basil Brush, Al Gore to Brian Conley, Robin Williams to Giles Brandreth. He has appeared in Showstopper: the Improvised Musical, Hamlet Improvised, Court in the Act, countless other impro formats and various unsuccessful radio and TV impro pilots.
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