Briony is an improv addict who started improvising with the Edinburgh University's ImprovertsShe improvises regularly in London with The Free Association as part of house team, Sweet FA and with The Ladies of FA County. Briony also performs in a two-person group with Richard Soames (Beta Males) as Running on Empty as well as a three person team Anxiety Club with Charlotte Getting (Austentatious) and Lauren Shearing (Showstoppers). Briony is an experienced improviser who performs regularly with Questing Time, The Playground and Steen Raskopoulos & Friends as well as having guested with Yes Queens, Suki Webster's Guest Speaker, Grand Theft Impro, The London 50hr improvathons, This is Your Trial ('perfect bit of improv mayhem' ***** Mirror) and the Chortle Award-winning Austentatious.

ANXIETY CLUB

**** “their fast wit really takes centre stage” The Upcoming

Hilarious. Mind-blowing. Modest AF. Welcome to Anxiety Club. Majestic gazelles of improvised comedy – Briony Redman (The Free Association), Charlotte Gittins (Austentatious) and Lauren Shearing (Showstopper) – smash the one thing that gives them stage fright: real life. Join three self-proclaimed national treasures as they slowly unravel for your wild entertainment, weaving together batshit stories, comic genius and shimmering hysteria, all inspired by the audience. Caution: any one of the actors may lose it at any time. Chances are, they’ll be really funny about it. Underbelly, Edfringe 2019. London somewhere, sometime…

QUESTING TIME

It’s a fun, dumb comedy show where one comedian (Paul Foxcroft) runs a game of Dungeons & Dragons for a bunch of other comedians. It’s a goddamn hoot. **** “SUPERB” ThreeWeeks

THE FREE ASSOCIATION

Briony teaches improv for The Free Association (The FA). For more information on upcoming improv shows and improvisation courses follow the link below.

"THE UK HAS AN EQUIVALENT TO THE PROFESSIONALISED IMPROV OF CHICAGO'S SECOND CITY OR UPRIGHT CITIZENS BRIGADE, THE FA ARE IT. "- FEST MAG

"A SUPERB MASTER CLASS IN THE ART OF IMPROV" LondonTheatre.co.uk