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Fiona Coffey



Fiona Coffey is a writer and performer who made her debut on the London cabaret scene in 2015 with A touch of Mrs Robinson, a self-penned musical tribute to her leopard-printed alter ego. This show has been performed over forty times across the UK, including a highly successful run at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe. She returned to Edinburgh in 2018 with the critically acclaimed Honey’s Happening, inspired by the world of suburban hostesses which populated her childhood. Honey’s Happening retains the spirit of thought-provoking fun which permeated Mrs Robinson, but is an exciting new departure in its chosen form of immersive comedy theatre. The success of these shows opened the door to a writing and performing career, which now includes cabaret hosting, acting, comedy writing and reviewing for the New York based Cabaret Scenes magazine.

Rhiannon Vivian



Rhiannon Vivian has been performing and improvising comedy and theatre for 11 years. She can be seen on stage regularly in London and Brighton with her award-winning improv theatre company The Maydays, Dreamweaver Quartet, Bumper Blyton the Improvised Adventure and improvised prog-rock band The Concept. She also writes and performs character comedy, and took both her solo shows (Doors To Manual and Office Meltdown) to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe three years running. Rhiannon has trained in improvisation at UCB in New York, iO and Annoyance Theatres in Chicago, and in sketch and musicals at the PIT Theatre, NYC. She has also studied under UK luminaries such as Dylan Emery and Adam Meggido (The Showstoppers), and Steve Roe (Hoopla). As a Mayday, she is proud to be have performed as a guest with acclaimed show Whirled News Tonight at iO Chicago, and has performed on many international stages from New York to Barcelona. When she’s not writing or acting, Rhiannon can cartwheel on her elbows. Just ask!

Oliver Senton



Oliver began directing in the early 90s, including productions of Sartre's The Respectable Prostitute and Berkoff's Harry's Christmas on the London fringe, followed by such varied pieces as schools play Decisions, Decisions for Snap Theatre in Colchester and plays written by children for the Scene & Heard playwriting charity (including The National Theatre of Scotland's Home project at The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh). More recently he has directed Max Dickins' first three plays (The Trunk, Kin, and The Man on the Moor, which also had a successful UK tour), as well as writer-performer gemskii's Joan, Babs and Shelagh Too, a one-woman show about Joan Littlewood.  He is a founder member of Olivier award-winning Showstopper! The Improvised Musical, and an associate of the theatre group known as Slung Low.