Rhiannon is a writer and performer living in London. She regularly performs improvised comedy with her award winning, five star improv team The Maydays (creators of acclaimed improvised gothic tale Happily Never After). She also performs with The Bumper Blyton Improvised Adventure, sings with improvised musical teams Newsical and Dreamweaver Quartet and performs space themed two-person improvised theatre with Sitting In A Tin Can.  Rhiannon also appears regularly as part of the core cast on improvised podcast, Destination.

Rhiannon also writes prolifically and most recently performed her second self-penned character comedy solo show, Office Meltdown at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. She also wrote and performed her first solo show Doors To Manual at the fringe in 2014 & 2015 and the Canal Café Theatre in London.
As part of The Maydays, Rhiannon also provides corporate entertainment; acting, improvising and facilitating for established companies.
A professional writer, when she’s not holding a pen, Rhiannon can cartwheel on her elbows. Just ask…

***** – Broadway Baby  ***** – The Latest  **** – Edinburgh Guide

Praise for Doors To Manual

‘Funny, uplifting and beautifully written. A very strong performance,’ Writer and Broadcaster, Lucy Beresford.

‘A very dry sense of humour. Rhiannon is a talented actress who is great at accents and is a credit to society proving that you can face your fears and overcome them,‘ West End Wilma.

‘Beautifully drawn characters and the writing is just brilliant,’ Gonzo Moose Theatre.

‘Very decent character comedy. Among other treats, the inevitably starchy chief air steward gets most of the attention,’ The List.

‘Beautiful comedy writing with emotional clout,’

Rhiannon has trained in improvisation at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade in New York, iO Theatre in Chicago, and in both sketch writing and musical improvisation at the PIT Theatre, NYC. She has also studied and performed alongside a host of acclaimed improvisation teachers from The Annoyance Theatre, The Showstoppers (Susan Harrison, Adam Meggido, Dylan Emery) and Hoopla (Steve Roe), to Cariad Lloyd (Austentatious, Peep Show), Scott Adsit (30 Rock) and American musical sensation Baby Wants Candy.
As a Mayday, she is proud to be have performed as a guest with long running, sell-out show Whirled News Tonight at iO Chicago, and has performed on international stages from New York to Dublin to Portugal.