I am currently working with Griff Rhys Jones, assisting him on his new tour ‘Where am I?”
You will also be able to hear me later this year as a main character on London Necropolis, a six-part radio drama starring Alex Lawther.
In 2017 I took my first solo character comedy show to the Edinburgh Fringe, Dante’s History of the Banished. This year I will be bringing a whole new solo show called The 24/7 Club full of stand-up, improv and more characters.
I moved from Edinburgh to London in 2014 to study Writing & Producing Comedy with Channel 4 at the National Film and Television School.
Previous to that I was a member of St Andrews University’s improv and sketch group Blind Mirth. I performed with them weekly for over four years and saw through two sell-out, five star Fringe shows.
I’ve also written for TV and online sketch shows on BBC Scotland and stage acts such as Dyer and Whitney. You can see me performing regularly in London as a solo performer but also in Glitch- The Improvised Puppet Show and other improv teams.
For more details on my acting and dance experience please contact me directly for a CV or find me on Equity.
Training includes National Youth Theatre, RADA Voice and Contemporary Scene Work, Royal Academy of Scotland Shakespeare Intensive and Phil Burgess (Doc Brown) Clowning.
Glitch is an improvised comedy show performed by a cast of puppets for adults. Using table top Bunraku-style puppetry, Glitch improvise a brand new adventurous, action-packed and often emotional story from scratch at every performance.
There is a Glitch Cabaret Show every month at Hoopla, The Miller. We can be found regularly on the London circuit and have performed at festivals in Edinburgh, Brighton, Birmingham and Shambala.
“Heartwarming improvised show from potty-mouthed puppets” – The List
“Like watching a mix between The Muppets, Avenue Q and a really awesome action movie, made up on the spot.” – Steve Roe, Hoopla Improv Comedy Club
A fun and dynamic two-prov improv show with Mike Hutcherson that was formed in 2014 (when the rest of the team couldn’t show up.)
Starting with just a location suggestion from the audience Mike & Charlie create fast-paced, joy filled, character driven scenes and childlike play. With experience in dance and clowning their shows are also often physical, visual, anarchic and silly.
“brilliant, spontaneous, high-octane, high-fun, hyper-kinetic two-prov” – Duck Duck Goose